When Google offers better support for the consumer than Epic Games Store...
It already supports the DualShock 4 and Xbox controller. This is simply also adding support for the Switch controller.
There's nothing simple about this. Chromium has explicit support for Hori, Logitech, Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Mad Catz, etc. It's going to be their front-end for whatever kind of streaming service they'll announce.
The realistic expectation based on what we know is that this is just another controller supported for their Project Stream.
Well exactly, that's what I'm saying. It's not trivial to add support for Switch controllers like the Joy-Cons. If there wasn't any further motive (i.e. the game streaming service) they really wouldn't have added it.
Precisely. By simple I was just trying to temper expectations before wild theories about Nintendo teaming up with Google to build their hardware or something along those lines began gaining ground.
If it has exclusives then I think it will be competition for consoles and PCI think this Google device will compete more directly with windows based.gaming rigs than consoles.
Controller support seems to.suggest this. Like steam it's going to support a bunch of controller and the device itself is just a streaming box.
It means gaming on a Chromebook will also be possible. And their focus now is to popularize a box to attach to television sets where Chromecast sort of lives.right now
it was pretty solid for me. There was some mild compression artifacts but aside from that it ran perfectly finem