Published: Thu, March 14, 2019
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Google teases likely gaming hardware announcement at GDC 2019

Google teases likely gaming hardware announcement at GDC 2019

Google plans to reveal its "vision for the future of gaming" during the March 19 event, and this teaser video may contain some initial clues. Now Google seems to have even more up its sleeve than its streaming service.

While there was no clarification of her role at Google, Raymond's is a highly reputable name within the game industry, regarded for her talent at building development teams.

The service allows gamers to play standard PC games within Google's Chrome browser. 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. Well, at a minimum, it's worth offering a reminder that Google will reportedly show off a new device next week for streaming games that's tied to the company's Project Steam offering.


Google isn't the only company doing this.

The event itself is happening in San Francisco, and the CNET team will be there. The potential Google console has been rumored for months. Also, expect the company to talk about game partnerships with companies like Ubisoft, which it partnered with during its public trial.

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