Assassin’s Creed Odyssey on Chrome streaming

In a world full of different forms of gaming, be it LAN based, local console gaming or online, Google has made its entry into the group. Talks about google’s streaming service have been around for quite a while now. There were rumours of them coming up with a special console for the job but as of recent developments, Google has officially announced their gaming stream services which are set to make their full official debut in the mid of 2019.

Before the final release, Google announced that they would start the service as a trial in the coming days. For the service, they are set to provide users with a trial version of the latest Assassin’s Creed title, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. This trial would be free of charge and be available till the full service is made available next year. The game would be available at full 1080p at sixty frames per second. There are some basic requirements for the service though. Players would have to make a google account which would be independent of other services such as Google for work. Other pre-requisites include a Ubisoft account, the latest version of Google Chrome installed on their computers, a USB controller attached and a decent internet connection. Google recommends that for optimum streaming and minimum lag, a 25 Megabit per second connection would suffice.

Although more details are yet to be released, players will not require a copy of the game for this service. Players can look forward to better and more developments soon.

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