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.
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. Is it VR? Is it Chrome-based gaming via the cloud? This leads us to believe that the announcement at GDC may involve some hardware which could be the much-rumoured streaming games console that makes use of Project Stream, or it may be the controller described in a recent patent. Sony's offered its PlayStation Now game streaming service since 2014, and chipmaker Nvidia offers one called GeForce Now.More news: Kirsten Gillibrand defends handling of sexual harassment allegations
In the meantime, Google drummed up interest in its streaming event when it posted a YouTube countdown page Tuesday, inviting visitors to "Discover a new way to play". A live stream has also been announced.
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Rumours about Google's entry into the console gaming space have swirled for what seems an eternity now. There are more rumours that suggest that the company has partnered with Ubisoft and SEGA for new games.More news: New Zealand calls for vaccination against measles following outbreak
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