As we enter 2022, the video gaming market will continue to expand, with emerging concepts such as microservices, artificial intelligence, and blockchain continuing to drive innovation across hardware, software, and services. But what does this mean for cloud gaming? How will these trends impact it going forward? Let’s take a look at Intricately’s report in more detail and see if we can predict where cloud gaming is headed in the future.
Online multiplayer games are hard to build because you need to understand low-level networking inside game engines (like unity or unreal), and deal with lots of complexity for sending and receiving data. In this tutorial, see how game developers can use the Macrometa GDN for real-time data streaming and storage.
A guest post by gaming industry veteran, Justin Keeling, sums up the survey for 'Do we need the next generation of game consoles?' and describes how edge computing is opening new frontiers for online gaming.