It will allow players to stream their games onto almost any screen, ranging from phones and tablets to tvs and laptops. Commenting on the move, Jade Raymond, Director, Stadia Games and Entertainment, said that the game studio will develop new generations of next-gen games as well as work with external developers to help support Google's cutting-edge technology by various partner studios.
It also has a wirelessly-charging iPhone range, and a wireless charging Apple Watch line. Apple claims this to make it truly hands-free and easier to change songs, make a call, adjust the volume or get directions while navigating. The charging case offers multiple charges and you can get up to 24 hours of listening time. Supports fast charge: Experience fast charge Apple 7.5W and Samsung 10W function with connect QC2.0 and QC3.0 chargers and attached QC standard protocol.
But it's a hint of the direction Microsoft is moving with its gaming division. Sources tell Windows Central that Microsoft's digital-only Xbox One S (dubbed the rather terrible Xbox One S All-Digital Edition) will release May 7, 2019 .
There may very well be a surge in second-hand original Oculus Rift headsets being sold through auction sites and the likes. Oculus also collaborated with Lenovo to improve the design of the Rift S , ensuring that there are " increased comfort, better weight distribution, and improved light blocking , as well as a simple, single-cable system for a clutter-free experience".
During a press pre-briefing on Tuesday, Alden Kroll from Valve described the library changes as a "complete redesign". Other highlights include the addition of recent games played added to library view, thumbnails of your game collection, and the games list will be a bit more noticeable.
In a somewhat surprise announcement , Brace Yourself Games has announced that the next Crypt of the NecroDancer game will be set in The Legend of Zelda universe. "The Legend of Zelda " could imply. "When you look at a case like Cadence of Hyrule , there's special cases in some instances where our Japan team see content and see titles that they want to work with and [the interest is] a two-way street, really", Manager of Publisher-Developer Relations Kirk Scott told IGN .