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Cyberpunk 2077 Coming to Google Stadia - MMORPG.com

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Cyberpunk 2077 will arrive on Google Stadia, according to an official dev diary released by CD Projekt RED.

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  • OG_ZorvanOG_Zorvan Member EpicPosts: 1,819
    Maybe Google should worry about implementing their fiber-optic network nationwide, as they said they were going to do in the beginning, before trying to shove a streaming game service on the current networks. They can get every game in the world, I still wouldn't pay for their current pipedream.
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  • Shanky_ShankyShanky_Shanky Member UncommonPosts: 33
    I got pretty good network speed but expectations about stable AAA-games streaming without crazy delay still feels way too futuristic.
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  • Viper482Viper482 Member EpicPosts: 2,645
    Anyone figured out how to deal with bandwidth costs streaming games? I know Cox will charge me extra for going over, with online streaming I barely make it every month. No way can I ever add gaming to this as well. I can't see this going anywhere, especially not with how cheap higher capacity SSDs are now.
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  • VrikaVrika Member EpicPosts: 5,734
    Viper482 said:
    Anyone figured out how to deal with bandwidth costs streaming games? I know Cox will charge me extra for going over, with online streaming I barely make it every month. No way can I ever add gaming to this as well. I can't see this going anywhere, especially not with how cheap higher capacity SSDs are now.
    There are a lot of people who don't have bandwidth caps. Think of streaming as a service that's aimed at those people.
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  • Octagon7711Octagon7711 Member LegendaryPosts: 8,822

    Viper482 said:

    Anyone figured out how to deal with bandwidth costs streaming games? I know Cox will charge me extra for going over, with online streaming I barely make it every month. No way can I ever add gaming to this as well. I can't see this going anywhere, especially not with how cheap higher capacity SSDs are now.



    I played ACreed during their beta and the game played smoothed. Bandwidth did do a jump. I would have to keep a close eye and probably monitor my use a lot until I figured out how many hours I could play a day to stay under my cap.

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  • MisterZebubMisterZebub Member LegendaryPosts: 3,584
    And I'm sure the few hundred thousand people that can afford to take advantage of this technology are chuffed over this news.
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  • SeelinnikoiSeelinnikoi Member RarePosts: 1,310
    People cant get consistent FPS sometimes with their own high end PC... and you think everything through the internet will be just fine?

    That thing is gonna be dead on arrival.
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  • 3dom3dom Member RarePosts: 738
    edited August 22


    People cant get consistent FPS sometimes with their own high end PC... and you think everything through the internet will be just fine?



    Because Google already has extremely expensive server network deployed in every noticeable city across the globe. Adding a bunch of cheap gaming PCs ($2-5k each) to that network is a pocket change to them compared to cost of pro servers (5-200k each).

    Not to mention how Google can afford specialized hi-end streaming hardware development, feature inaccessible to mere mortals - like those bitcoin mining rigs created specifically for the certain mining hubs. If anything streaming services are the future of gaming, especially when 5G will become mass product and we'll be able to get hi-res PC graphics on phones and $200 tablets.

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  • ArteriusArterius Member EpicPosts: 1,617
    Eh... I will be playing it on PS4 Pro
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  • alkarionlogalkarionlog Member RarePosts: 2,648


    People cant get consistent FPS sometimes with their own high end PC... and you think everything through the internet will be just fine?



    That thing is gonna be dead on arrival.



    I wouldn't say dead on arrival, but it will have several and lots of problems, thing is, people who have a internet as good and as fast would have money, and if they have money buying a computer who could run it or any device, and most people who like to spend playing have good rigs to run anything, it will be a small niche and I don't see anything usefull in the future for such, but oh make sure they will push such thing hard, no better way to keep what people play and shoving adds easier then forced online requirement
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  • Octagon7711Octagon7711 Member LegendaryPosts: 8,822
    How's Shadow Play doing, it pretty much sounds like the same thing.

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  • AbimorAbimor Member UncommonPosts: 483
    the one thing that still concerns me about this is how long before google gets bored and dumps it. what happens to the purchases they have a long history of abandoning their new shiny toys.
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  • ForeverdreamForeverdream Member UncommonPosts: 120
    nah, i think in the next decade this will be the new thing, especially with 5g around the bend its coming.
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  • IselinIselin Member LegendaryPosts: 12,770
    Not a surprise really. If anything is going to work half way decently with the inevitable poor latency of game streaming services it's single player games and Cyberpunk is one of the most highly anticipated single player games. They had to have this in their line-up.
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  • boris20boris20 Member UncommonPosts: 284
    ill just stick to buying the games I want to play, and firing them up on the PC or console.
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  • alkarionlogalkarionlog Member RarePosts: 2,648
    Iselin said:
    Not a surprise really. If anything is going to work half way decently with the inevitable poor latency of game streaming services it's single player games and Cyberpunk is one of the most highly anticipated single player games. They had to have this in their line-up.
    yes nothing better then ahving lag issues on a single player, best feature on MMO now on single player
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  • PhryPhry Member LegendaryPosts: 10,828
    I certainly wouldn't dream of buying the game on Stadia, you could lose access to it pretty much on a whim, i'll be buying this on PC from GoG when it launches, CDPR are worth it. ;)
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  • KabulozoKabulozo Member UncommonPosts: 882
    edited August 22
    My prediction is by 2030 cloud gaming will be bigger than PC + Console combined. It is not something that happens overnight.

    If you have a 5G device today and stand before a 5G access point, you can get up to 2Gb/s+ download speeds.

    It takes a couple of seconds to download a movie.
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  • VrikaVrika Member EpicPosts: 5,734
    edited August 22


    People cant get consistent FPS sometimes with their own high end PC... and you think everything through the internet will be just fine?



    That thing is gonna be dead on arrival.



    I wouldn't say dead on arrival, but it will have several and lots of problems, thing is, people who have a internet as good and as fast would have money, and if they have money buying a computer who could run it or any device, and most people who like to spend playing have good rigs to run anything, it will be a small niche and I don't see anything usefull in the future for such, but oh make sure they will push such thing hard, no better way to keep what people play and shoving adds easier then forced online requirement
    Not really.

    I've got a 100 mbps/100mbps connection as part of my rent, an in my city of 191 thousand inhabitants there are at least 11 thousand households in similar situation because the company renting apartments made a deal with the provider for every apartment they own. Additionally there's over 4 thousand people in student apartments who also get good net connection as part of their rent. There's already a lot of potential audience for a service like Stadia.

    Though most of that audience is likely outside USA. I live in Finland. The net prices and accessibility in most of the Europe, Japan and South Korea is a lot better than what people in USA are accustomed to. Google is a global company and they can launch the service as long as they've got enough potential audience somewhere on the globe.
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  • DaakkonDaakkon Member UncommonPosts: 593
    Hopefully it comes out for the Phantom as well.
  • IselinIselin Member LegendaryPosts: 12,770
    Iselin said:
    Not a surprise really. If anything is going to work half way decently with the inevitable poor latency of game streaming services it's single player games and Cyberpunk is one of the most highly anticipated single player games. They had to have this in their line-up.
    yes nothing better then ahving lag issues on a single player, best feature on MMO now on single player
    Yeah well these new streaming services are not aimed at anyone serious enough about gaming to have an mmorpg.com account. Of course running it locally will always be better.

    It's just an interesting industry trend for the extreme casual gamer... for now.

    They'll get some traction with more serious gamers due to their Netflix-like monthly pass with access to almost anything they have. But at release as I understand, they'll have some games that won't be part of the monthly pass and will need to be purchased separately a la carte. 
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  • alkarionlogalkarionlog Member RarePosts: 2,648
    Kabulozo said:
    My prediction is by 2030 cloud gaming will be bigger than PC + Console combined. It is not something that happens overnight.

    If you have a 5G device today and stand before a 5G access point, you can get up to 2Gb/s+ download speeds.

    It takes a couple of seconds to download a movie.
    and 2020 flying cars would be common
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  • KabulozoKabulozo Member UncommonPosts: 882
    edited August 22
    Kabulozo said:
    My prediction is by 2030 cloud gaming will be bigger than PC + Console combined. It is not something that happens overnight.

    If you have a 5G device today and stand before a 5G access point, you can get up to 2Gb/s+ download speeds.

    It takes a couple of seconds to download a movie.
    and 2020 flying cars would be common
    Medium internet speeds will be several times faster than the average speed of the average joe of today by 2030, just like median internet speed of today is dozens times faster than it was 10 years ago.

    10 years ago watching video streams on a cell phone, or even a computer was something unheard of. Only the elites could have access to that, in order to do video conferences.
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  • TorvalTorval Member LegendaryPosts: 19,518
    edited August 22
    Phry said:
    I certainly wouldn't dream of buying the game on Stadia, you could lose access to it pretty much on a whim, i'll be buying this on PC from GoG when it launches, CDPR are worth it. ;)
    I don't buy content from Google or Microsoft anymore. They're just too flakey. Microsoft pulled a similar thing with Amazon style music service Groove. With Google you also never know how they're going to screw with what it runs on. It could work through Chrome on your PC today and not tomorrow because they decided it would only work through Chromecast and only after version X.

    While I'm interested in Prime Video/Hulu/Netflix style gaming services, it's still too early for me to take it very seriously. I'm a perfect candidate for it because I have good internet with no data caps or throttling (that I know of ;) ). I just don't see how it would benefit me over other options right now.
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  • VrikaVrika Member EpicPosts: 5,734
    Kabulozo said:
    Kabulozo said:
    My prediction is by 2030 cloud gaming will be bigger than PC + Console combined. It is not something that happens overnight.

    If you have a 5G device today and stand before a 5G access point, you can get up to 2Gb/s+ download speeds.

    It takes a couple of seconds to download a movie.
    and 2020 flying cars would be common
    Medium internet speeds will be several times faster than the average speed of the average joe of today by 2030, just like median internet speed of today is dozens times faster than it was 10 years ago.

    10 years ago watching video streams on a cell phone, or even a computer was something unheard of. Only the elites could have access to that, in order to do video conferences.
    In 2010 Youtube already had 2 billion views a day:
      https://www.smh.com.au/technology/youtube-serving-up-two-billion-videos-daily-20100517-v8sf.html

    You'd have to go back more than 10 years before watching video streams was unheard of.
     
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