This year we saw how Google decided to enter the video game market with Stadia, and how Microsoft started testing Project xCloud. Once something becomes clear, that developers like Square Enix, this market is the future and will be more popular than we might think.
You should be aware that this type of game requires some infrastructure, which can render any area useless. In fact, from Microsoft they still recommend 4G connectivity (where there is no 5G) or 5 GHz Wi-Fi to have the best experience.
The digital market will change with the cloud according to the Enix square
In a letter from this official page Square enix, we can see your position in terms of coverage on the cloud, and how it will accelerate digital marketing against traditional records. In addition, and as always, there will be a change in business models.
We are not only making headlines for the next generation of consoles, but also preparing for the cloud game, which we hope will take advantage of 5G.
We rely heavily on the power of cloud services to expand the market in regions such as India and South America, where there has not been much adoption of traditional comfort. As infrastructure improves, cloud coverage will eliminate the need for consoles or PCs in these markets.
Square Enix's position is quite clear, where they expect the cloud market to be much larger than one might think. Of course, these are just words, even though they seem to support the development of some of these games.
From a developmental perspective, we will create a gaming experience that is only possible in the cloud, that is, development cloud as a traditional startup. In order for this platform to be accepted, there must be a renaming on distribution and gaming experience.
We believe that an incredible new experience in traditional sports They will be an important factor in the adoption of the game in the cloud. Our efforts to develop these topics are already underway and there will be new experiences.
Without a doubt, we have to pay attention to what they end up producing from Square Enix, even though they seem to be in the clear. Phil Spencer does not believe he will replace comfort, even though it is something the market can only say. When something is clear, that users' preferences don't stop growing.