Amazon reportedly working on a game streaming platform to compete with Stadia


From the past few months, Amazon has been reportedly working on a game streaming platform similar to Google’s Stadia and Nvidia’s GeForce Now. As from the sources, the company wants to utilize its cloud computing technologies to compete in the cloud gaming market.

If we consider some reliable sources, the company has been reportedly working on a game called Crucible ever since 2014. Even, the company wants to bring another game called New World to expand its multiplayer gaming catalog.

Both of these games were expected to be released last month, however, due to the coronavirus outbreak in the world, the launch date of these games have been pushed back. 

Now, we don’t know if the new platform will launch alongside New World but we know it’s called Project Temp and it’s also working closely with Twitch to develop interactive games where streamers can interact with its viewers as part of the game’s mechanics.

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