Within the framework of the CES electronics fair, which is being held these days in Las Vegas (Nevada), executives from Utomik, Blacknot and GeForce Now, companies that provide gaming services in the cloud, assured that the future of video games resembles to the reality of streaming.
Nvidia’s GeForce Now product management director, Andrew Fear, considered that in the future gamers will seek to get their games on a Netflix-like platform, based on a subscription service that does not require any kind of console. .
Although this type of project has already been implemented by the aforementioned companies, the general director of Utomik, Doki Tops, foresees the normalization of this concept and believes that within three years the percentage of people who decide to play on this type of platform will multiply. by 80%.
The video game designer also assured that, although he believes that video game consoles will not disappear completely, they could be replaced by a large number of users and that, in any case, the companies that produce these devices will have to redefine their usefulness.
Likewise, the marketing director of Blacknut, Daphne Parot, expressed that, from her perspective, the offer that a system such as the cloud could offer could “connect the universes” of cinema and television with that of video games. a more organic and simple way than what a common console can provide.
The panel was chaired by Samsung’s head of games, Mike Lucero, during the world’s largest technology fair, CES, which runs until January 8.
The CES, which in 2022 had a virtual and face-to-face meeting with less impact than its previous editions as a result of the covid-19 pandemic, is once again experimenting with the mixed format but this time 70% larger than in its last edition .
In it, the leading technology companies, their representatives, as well as medium and small exhibitors will show the latest technological innovations on which they have been working.
Among the brands that are part of this mixed edition (face-to-face and virtual) are Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Canon, Intel and Nikon, among others.
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