Google teases new gaming platform

Alfred Osborne
March 14, 2019

Google has posted a teaser for its Game Developers Conference event, which is set for next week.

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Now, Google has released a new teaser that once again suggests a gaming product is coming next week, although this time there's a bit more evidence that the product will involve physical hardware. Naturally, the company didn't pass up the opportunity to tease further as we get closer to the event. The footage clearly highlights various genres of games from racing, to exotic RPGs, sports games, space sims, and medieval battlers, making us think it's for Project Stream. We're one week away from the full reveal of what Google has in store, but let us know your theories in the comments! They have the wherewithal to fund exclusives, along with the R&D capabilities to actually pull this off and be the first bona fide contender to take Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo on. Supposedly the controller for Google's new gaming vision was leaked ahead of schedule, but reports now say it's not real. She also worked on Splinter Cell: Black List and Watch Dogs before leaving Ubisoft to Join EA, where she worked on Star Wars projects.

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