An emerging patent is likely to be a hardware-based hardware game that is expected to be released by Google for Google Play.
Google is working hard for a gaming service called Project Stream. When we look at the hardware for this, we may have seen a game arm in a newly published Google patent. The patent marks a notification system running between the game arm and a game system. Sarang Sheth, of Yanko Design, created a concept of play.
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At first glance, the device does not seem to deviate much from the standard gamepad design. The device has two joysticks, a D-pad, four separate keys and buttons for routing. The key that is similar to the center control button may be to talk to Google Now while you are in a game.
As of now, Project Stream is running through your browser. He does all the heavy work on Google's servers and transfers the game directly to your computer. At the moment there is a beta test with only one game: Assassin's Creed Odyssey. You can play with the keyboard, the mouse, or a joystick, but this patent seems to be the first look given to us on potentially Google-branded devices that could accompany the cloud gaming service.
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As always, it is worth remembering that in patents, company plans and hardware designs can change over time. It is not clear that Google will continue to invest in Project Stream or reveal its own game arm, but we can say that it is thinking. We can hear more at the Game Developers Conference later this month.