During the next months, terms such as game in the cloud or streaming service will become a constant after the announcement of Google Stadia, the landing of PlayStation Now and the promising proposal of Microsoft with Project xCloud. But what does Nintendo think about this technology? This question was answered by its president in the last investor talk.
“I think not all videogames will move to the cloud today, but technology does not stop moving forward In the future, I hope that technologies such as cloud and streaming will evolve even further as a way to offer games to users, “Shuntaro Furukawa said. ” We must stay abreast of the changes happening around us, ” I have added ” On the other hand, our main value as a company is achieved through communion in the development between software and hardware, and this will continue to grow. Our priority will continue to be the development of unique experiences that only Nintendo can create, “concluded the boss.
In this way, it seems unlikely that in the next few years we will see Nintendo movement in this new field of battle, something that does not have that console, yes, you can have services from other platforms like Capcom and his Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version, on the other hand, these statements by the Japanese company are already more optimistic than the last ones shown by Reggie Fils-Aimé, in which it did not seem viable in the West to play by streaming.
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