Analogously to Project xCloud and Project Stream.
By Colin Stevens
It is reported that Amazon is working on a video game transmission service, but it is not likely to launch until 2020 at the earliest.
The sources informed by The Information (through GamesIndustry.biz) indicate that the service will be similar to the one Microsoft and Google are currently building with Project xCloud and Project Stream, respectively.
This service seeks to eliminate the need for expensive hardware to run games that tax. Instead, like its competitors, the games would run in powerful data centers and be transmitted to various devices, including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and more.
It is reported that Amazon has begun to talk with game publishers to distribute various titles established through this service. Not much is known about the rumored project at this time, although Amazon certainly has the financial backing to carry out a project like this.
To learn more about the announced services of streaming games on the site, read about Microsoft's xCloud Project, which will reportedly allow developers to "dramatically implement and scale access to their games on all devices in the xCloud Project without additional work ". On the other hand, it has already been tested by the public and has allowed selected fans to play Assassin & # 39; s Creed Odyssey through the service.
Colin Stevens is a news writer for IGN. Follow it in Twitter.