“Power of the Cloud” has been a buzzword since the beginning of this console generation, ever since Microsoft took to stage at E3 a few years ago and touted its revolutionary cloud system. Unfortunately, “power of the cloud” has delivered nothing from Microsoft. But things are changing, infrastructure is changing, and more companies are investing in Cloud Gaming. Cloud Gaming takes many forms; sometimes it is used to help developers take the load off of physical hardware to deliver more complex gameplay experiences on consoles, other times entire code is run from a remote location so no physical hardware is involved. Google Stadia, Project xCloud, and Sony’s reported revamp of PS Now shows companies now have more faith in the “power of the cloud.” Google and Microsoft have already shared their plans for the future with Cloud gaming, but what has Sony been up to? Sony is reportedly working on, among other things, its own cloud streaming via revamped PS Now. In recent weeks Sony has filed multiple patents for various types of cloud functionality. Network Connected Controller for Direct to Cloud Gaming Utility Patent Application (A1) September 5, 2019Applicants: Sony Interactive Entertainment America LLC Inventors: Victor Octav Suba Miura,… Read full this story
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