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Community Aug 4, 2022

Cloud gaming is one of the most exciting innovations in recent years. Companies like Amazon Luna, Xbox Game are one of the best gaming services in the world.

Overview:

  • The idea of playing games that generally require a high-powered, expensive gaming PC on any device is appealing, even if it’s a bit of a pipe dream.
  • Although the advertising for cloud gaming lands on the hyperbolic side of things, some of the claims are true.

Determining the best cloud gaming service can seem complicated, but assess which services offer the wealthiest libraries, the most stable connectivity, the lowest cost, and the widest compatibility. Services like Amazon Luna may cost as low as $ 5 a month for specific channels, but they require a $ 70 controller to open the door. On the other hand, the Xbox Game Pass costs $ 15 a month but offers many games you can download and play in parallel with streaming. We researched which platforms offered the best value to our players and selected the best ones.

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What is Cloud Gaming?

What is Cloud Gaming? Image Courtesy: UBUNTU

Cloud gaming is not new, having existed in different forms since 2008. However, the rush of these new services results from existing technology finally being able to deliver on the primary notion, which is to use the capacity of cloud-based servers to operate a game and stream it like Netflix or Spotify. Of course, you have total control over the game, but cloud gaming will enable you to play the newest games with the most fantastic visuals without needing a $500 console or a $2,000 gaming PC in its idealized version. While these services are still striving towards the ultimate aim, they have shown that the concept is realistic enough to provide a decent experience. In fact, after a rocky debut on the PS4 and Xbox One consoles, most users agree that the best method to play Cyberpunk 2077 is via Google Stadia. However, there will always be some compromises to consider.

NVIDIA GeForce Now

NVIDIA GeForce Now: NVIDIA GeForce

While there is no ideal cloud gaming service, NVIDIA's GeForce Now is presently the most exemplary cloud gaming service since you can play games in 1080P across a wide variety of platforms (mobile devices, desktops, and TVs), there is a free membership tier, and you own the games you play. It's also the only method to play Fortnite on an iPhone right now.

GeForce Now requires you to own or purchase all of the games you play via the service, but it connects with the Steam, Epic, and UPLAY shops to ensure you have the game's PC version before installing it to the GeForce Now servers. That means you won't have anything to show for it if the service doesn't support the game in the future or if GeForce Now finally closes down. Furthermore, GeForce Now is compatible with a broad range of current games, so you're not limited to streaming titles you may have already played five years ago.

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However, it is not without limitations, the most significant of which is that your gaming sessions are time-limited. Free users with ordinary access may play for an hour before being forced to disconnect. Those who pay $24.95 for a six-month Founders membership with priority access will be restricted to a six-hour session before being disconnected. You may reconnect as often as you like, but you will have to wait in line for your next opportunity to play. If many people use GeForce Now at the exact moment, you may have to wait. However, this is the most developed of all the services available.

Best Games: Cyberpunk 2077, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion, Death Stranding, Control, Ghostrunner

Microsoft Cloud

Microsoft Cloud. Image Courtesy: Xbox

Microsoft's xCloud, which is available as part of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, is perhaps the cloud gaming service with the most significant potential. However, whether or not it realises its full potential depends entirely on Microsoft's ability to deliver on its pledges to build up xCloud in the future years. What xCloud now has is many high-quality games that can be broadcast over the service. For $15 a month, you can stream over 380 games, with a good proportion of them being top AAA games from the past and present, the sorts of titles that might benefit from running on server-grade hardware in the future. What makes us somewhat confident about xCloud is that Microsoft is completely involved in its cloud-based technologies in general (its Windows Azure server technology is among the finest available) and has expressly indicated that cloud gaming is the future. Microsoft needs to construct the home now that the foundation has been built.

Best Games: DOOM Eternal, Control, Forza Horizon 5, Halo: Master Chief Collection, Dragon Quest XI S

PlayStation Plus Premium

PlayStation Plus Premium. Image Courtesy: PlayStation

PlayStation Now was a successful service; however, with the introduction of new PlayStation Plus levels, Sony merged PS Now with PS Plus. Through the PlayStation 5, players can now access over 700 titles from the PSOne period. Modern games may be downloaded for local play; however, titles from the PlayStation 3 and prior must be streamed. The good news is that the PlayStation Plus Extra tier – the middle-of-the-road option — still offers about 400 titles at a reduced rate. On the other hand, Premium is just $4 a month more ($120 total) and well worth the money if you like older PlayStation games. You'll even be able to play PSP games that are almost difficult to find now, at least not without breaking the bank. With recent PlayStation 5 games included, it's an even better deal. Returnal, Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut, and more titles deliver hours upon hours of fun for as little as $10 per month. You'll need a PlayStation system, although that's a minor stumbling block.

Best Games: FFVII Remake: Intergrade, Returnal, Final Fantasy IX, Jak and Daxter, Sly Cooper Collection

Amazon Luna

Amazon Luna. Picture Courtesy: Amazon

Amazon Luna is a low-cost, albeit rather aggressive, service with much potential. While the first streaming experience isn't the best (we saw input latency on practically all platforms except PC), if the server problem is resolved, Luna might be a terrific method to enjoy games without a console. There are several channels to choose from, such as Luna+, Family, Retro, Prime Gaming, Ubisoft+, and Jackbox Games. Each offers a unique selection of games; you may subscribe to the ones you like and cancel whenever you want. Prime members get free access to the Prime Gaming channel, which contains fantastic games such as Megaman 11 and Overcooked 2. Amazon Luna is best suited for RPGs and games that do not need fast input. The streaming is still too unsteady for combat and racing games, but the business aims to improve the platform's stability and attractiveness.

Best Games: Channel, Metro Exodus, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Blasphemous, Far Cry 4: Gold Edition

Google Stadia

Google Stadia. Picture Courtesy: Google

Google made some vast claims when it initially announced its Stadia cloud gaming service to the globe. It would not only provide lag-free 4K HDR game streaming, but it would also have the support of the top game companies. It would include a YouTube-powered platform enabling you to play alongside your favourite content producers and pro gamers. Fast forward, and the only thing Stadia has delivered is reliable 4K HDR game streaming on various platforms, including phones, tablets, laptops, and televisions. That is an accomplishment in and of itself (even if it consumes a lot of data), but it doesn't mean much if the game selection is limited. And, regarding these services, Stadia likely has one of the lesser libraries while offering Cyberpunk 2077 and a few other recent AAA games.

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While a basic Stadia membership is free, a $9.99/month Stadia Pro subscription is required to enjoy 4K HDR streaming and a selection of free games. However, even if you have a Stadia Pro membership, you will have to pay the total price for the AAA games that are the most valuable to a Stadia subscription. And this presents another issue: What happens to your ownership of those games if Google chooses to discontinue Stadia? For the time being, this is a hypothetical possibility, and Stadia remains the only choice for the finest cloud gaming services that can enable 4K HDR game streaming. A last key source of worry is that Google has effectively abandoned Stadia. While the service is currently operational, there are no guarantees on how long it will stay. Gamers may soon be left out in the cold, mainly if the servers go down.

Best Games: Cyberpunk 2077, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, DOOM Eternal, Red Dead Redemption II, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

You can also download the Tournafest app from Google Play or App Store to play Esports Tournaments & Scrims games like BGMI, Free Fire MAX, Call of Duty, CS: GO, Valorant, Pokemon Unite & win exciting rewards! You may also organize Tournaments & fetch unmatched perks.

Until next time,

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