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Huawei’s mobile-focused cloud gaming services will soon make its debut

Huawei’s mobile-focused cloud gaming services will soon make its debut

Cloud gaming is slowly gaining traction around the world, with several offerings like the Stadia platform from Google and xCloud services from Microsoft. These services now allow people to play console-quality games on any device that can support them. Popular tech giant Huawei is also entering the cloud gaming race, but its cloud gaming platform will focus on delivering a mobile gaming experience. The new service from Huawei is expected to guarantee the users a smooth console, PC, or VR gaming experience, everything in the palm of their hands. The likes of xCloud and Stadia are very much focused on games from bigger companies like Ubisoft and Square Enix; however, Huawei will provide games from Blizzard and Netease, among other well-known publishers.

The company is also delivering positive features to the game developers where devs can upload their games faster to the cloud, allowing the developers to deliver their games to players quickly. This can be achieved through Huawei’s DevCloud service. The streaming services can reach up to 4k resolution and also has cross-play features. The streamed content will also get a chance to be featured on Huawei’s AppGallery. When compared to the other cloud gaming services, Huawei will be more suitable for catering to the needs of mobile users. 

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