Microsoft critical Staff of Google for the lack of content
Google has announced its platform Stadia at the Game Developers Conference 2019, for a planned launch by the end of the year, while Microsoft has confirmed the test Project xCloud in the coming months and also Amazon it says that it is preparing its own streaming service based on cloud. In an interview with the Telegraph, the Chief Marketing Officer for Microsoft's Xbox Mike Nichols has not spared criticism on the next platform of Google.
While he admitted that Google has the infrastructure to make it happen, Nichols has pointed out that, unlike Microsoft, does not have strong ties with the developers of the games, and the editor, and then can't provide what the fans expect: “The next competitors such as Google have a cloud infrastructure, a community with YouTube, but does not have content”.
In fact, this is one area where Microsoft is ahead of its competitors, having started working in the games industry in 2001.
In any case, Phil Harrison of Google said recently that he received strong support from the developer community for Staff, although obviously we have no tangible evidence of this. Mike Nichols has also indicated that, regardless of the availability of Project xCloud, experience “local” users can get with an Xbox console or Windows PC will remain superior to the cloud in terms of quality. This is another great differentiator with Google Staff, who didn't tip on local hardware. The battle seems to have just begun.
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