Google's video game controller has (potentially) been revealed early in patent filings


Google is about to try and muscle in on the video game scene with a new streaming platform, and now we have an idea of the controller it might expect you to use for the privilege.

Google is gearing up for a stint in the video game industry, streaming cloud-based games directly to its Chrome web browser with its upcoming service, Project Stream. Project Stream competes directly with Microsoft’s own Project xCloud, with both companies trying to reach gamers on mobile devices and other screens which have typically been out of reach for console and PC game developers, without expensive work to port their games down for smaller form factors.

Google is expected to make some video game-related announcements very soon, but at least one of those has emerged early owing to a patent filing, giving us a decent idea of how it may look, and how it may function.

Source: Windows

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