As you know that the Netflix is the new online channel where a user see episodes by paying to Netflix just because this the tech world was buzzing today with a report that Netflix will stream Telltale Games’ Minecraft: Story Mode-this was the initiative that looked like the video subscription giant was planning to dip its toe into the gaming waters. The report is not always true therefore also it turns out that Netflix is effectively ceding the soon-to-be major streaming game market to game companies this was the only reason given by them. For the console industry, the sea change was on the horizon, and also to stream fully rendered games directly over broadband and phone networks to subscribers because over the next few years the major technology advances are going to enable publishers and enabling high-end PC-quality games to be played on almost anything with a modern screen.
By prerendering their games on powerful remote servers and streaming recently the three bottlenecks have stopped game developers and there was also the content to less powerful devices. One of the disadvantages is that the devices haven’t had the hardware to display the games cleanly, similarly, the pipes of server-to-device have been smaller and slow, and the most negative that the devices haven’t necessarily had proper controllers for games. To display and quickly refresh 4K content the current TV boxes and upcoming mobile devices have sufficient horsepower. As you know that global broadband speeds are continuously increasing and also latency, all the factors are preventing a distant computer from recalculating quickly to accommodate all the user’s input is about to nosedive they were also thanked for launching 5G wireless networks. Features are till the end so last but not the least feature is that between the VR handsets also the Bluetooth game controllers, ubiquitous touchscreens, and the fallback option of traditional keyboard/mouse combos, there are now diverse and robust control options for games.
This was all about our end but if we talk about the server side, here the only issue is having enough high-end computers and big enough pipes to pump out all the games people will demand, the CPU, GPU, and sound capabilities of the playback device are nearly irrelevant, so the games can look and sound as amazing as the host computer (and its audio/video codecs) are capable of rendering when the remote server is rendering the games. Five years ago the idea of Netflix entering the game streaming business would have been all but unthinkable. The state of gaming technology and the state of streaming, only a company of Sony’s scale can actually have the wherewithal to pull it off, but because of this sony bought streaming pioneer Gaikai in 2012 and after some time launched the full-fledged game streaming service PlayStation Now in 2014. The choice of most of the teenagers the PlayStation Now currently streams over 600 PS2, PS3, and PS4 games to Windows PCs and the PlayStation 4, having previously supported everything from Sony Bravia TVs and Samsung Smart TVs to PlayStation Vita handhelds and PlayStation TV boxes for just $20 per month.
By streaming obvious vision and potential despite the subscription-based game and yes it was completely not easy for businesses smaller than Sony to survive. Three years ago OnLive collapsed trying to start a game streaming business and also sony acquired its remains. 30 titles with around many small services were offered by GameFly for h handful of supported TVs; EA bought GameFly’s technology, but not the service, last month. Relative to other companies sony was in superior to the position, whereas the PlayStation devices were ready to control and clearly display streamed games, while others were easily equipped with the necessary controllers. It was seen that the devices rather than grown have been shrunk from the list of PS and it was also unclear how many people are subscribing to the service.
In today’s time, 4K streaming boxes with built-in memory are available for just $99 therefore inexpensive hardware good enough to stream beautiful games is so close that tech companies can taste it. This is the reason why Google, Microsoft, and EA are actively working on game streaming services right now, though each is lighter than Sony on the details. In the coming near future, if you will be in an area with a terrible wireless connection then you won’t need a console or computer to render photorealistic games. Everything in this world has some kind of advantages and some kind of disadvantages in the same way Netflix has both of the advantages as well as disadvantages versus game companies.
In the living room platform and every imaginable mobile, it already has an app for this as well as millions for existing paying video subscribers, this directly means that millions of customers can get instantly the Netflix distributors if we talk more about it then it has a library of zero games, and the platforms it operates on generally lack for all of the hardware technologies mentioned above. In this, the disadvantage is that the Netflix streaming game service would be constrained by poor controllers, lowest-common-denominator hardware specs, and existing broadband/cellular latency. Netflix today is so caveated when you look carefully at the details this was what actually confirmed, the one major key point about Netflix is it isn’t going to be streaming Minecraft: Story Mode as you know it on consoles you can navigate with the arrow and select buttons on a TV remote control, stripped of twitch action sequences. Sure, that’s a game, but not the type of game most people want to play just because it is a collection of video files.
No doubt that we are going to see a ton of activity in this space over the next couple of years as next-generation wireless networks roll out for this they said that unlike Sony Netflix has a long way to go on the technology side before it can offer a real streaming game service and it also going to impact on everything varied from to TVs, smartphones, consoles, and computers. The most important thing about this is that if you are a serious gamer or in love with the games then your next console probably won’t be a streaming platform but what after that? yes, as streaming and network latency gets better then automatically all bets are off and you may be playing all the incredible streamed games more than the T.V. or also the VR headset or it can also have a pocket-sized piece of glass with virtual controls.