My.Games will release a 4K gaming service regardless of computer capabilities
2020-11-17 02:00

My.Games will release a 4K gaming service regardless of computer capabilities

International brand My.Games will launch a public beta test of a new cloud gaming service My.Games Cloud, which will allow you to play any modern games in resolution up to 4K regardless of the technical capabilities of your computer.

At the testing stage users can already play games from leading developers such as Ubisoft, Techland, Funcom, Riot Games, Reto Moto and Spotted Kiwi Interactive.

The service is available on the My.Games Store platform.

Also users will have the opportunity to run in the "cloud" products not only the platform itself, but also games from libraries of other digital stores. At the moment, the catalog is available for several hundred games, including Assassin's Creed series, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six and Watch Dogs.

According to Maxim Dreval, the head of the service, My.Games now has 740 million registered users. According to him, the company's experts regularly explore new ways to offer an increasingly better gaming experience.

"The My.Games Cloud open beta test will allow us to objectively assess the technical and consumer readiness of the market and plan improvements that will fully meet the needs of users and developers," he said.

Players can take advantage of the free Basic plan, which includes 23 hours of play per month in Full HD quality, or the Ultimate plan. The latter includes 70 hours of gaming time per month, up to 4K video at 120 frames per second and the ability to play at the highest graphics settings.

The service will be available nationwide during the testing phase.

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Author: Ksenia Gustova