Assassin's Creed Odyssey patch 1.02 detailed, full release notes revealed

Assassin's Creed Odyssey patch 1.02 detailed, full release notes revealed

To be clear: this is not a service where people can stream footage of themselves playing video games like Twitch, it's a service that lets people play games without downloading them by streaming them over the internet.

Google just announced "Project Stream", a "technical test" of a service created to stream AAA video games à la Playstation Now and GeForce Now. In a way, Project Stream is similar in nature as per NVIDIA GeForce Now service.

'We've been working on Project Stream, a technical test to solve some of the biggest challenges of streaming, ' Google said. At the same time, Project Stream also need to keep track of users' interaction with the game and make sure that it is in sync with what being shown on the screen.

Google's focus on cloud-centric technologies is nothing new.

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Assassin's Creed Odyssey is coming to the PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 5. Graphics degradation is also a concern with game streaming, so not only does latency have to be low enough that there isn't severe input lag, but it has to look good too.

Assassin's Creed Odyssey is now available to those who have pre-ordered the Collector's Edition and Ubisoft has detailed its day-1 patch. It's now inviting users to sign up to be testers - assuming you're accepted into the program, you'll be able to play Assassin's Creed Odyssey for free on Project Stream beginning on October 5. You need to have at least 25Mbps of download bandwidth to use Project Stream.

The initial launch is just a test, and Google says the project has limited spaces, so most of us probably won't get to try out the streaming service anytime soon, unless you are really lucky. And a word of caution for this with slow internet connections, the test is geared toward participants with a home internet connection of at least 25 megabits per second.

In 2014, the company reportedly planned to buy Twitch, a live streaming video platform popular with gamers before Amazon beat them to it.

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