LiquidSky Transforms Your Old Device Into A Gaming PC For Free
We know about the GeForce Now streaming service, but it comes at a price, so here is a cost-friendly approach to the same concept. Cost-friendly considering that there is also a free option, but you will have to view ads and you will be limited to 3 hours of gaming per day. This is LiquidSky and what they have to offer is very interesting.
In essence, you do the gaming, but your PC does not need to be a high-end one as the LiquidSky servers will do all the heavy lifting for you. If you are wondering how LiquidSky works, then this infographic will help you understand what goes on behind the scenes.
There are three different plans. There is the free plan that we have already talked about, and then you have a pay-as-you-go plan and a monthly plan which are as follows:
It is claimed that there is little to no lag at all, but that is something that I doubt. Surely in developed countries, I would say that this might work out, but in places where the Internet speed is not up to the mark, I do not think that this will work out. I think it is safe to assume that a high-speed Internet connection is very important for this to work as marketed.
This tech might not be for everyone, but I do see a market for this. It was just a matter of time before gaming goes to the cloud as well. With technology advancing at such a quick pace, this was bound to happen sooner or later. It will be interesting to see how this works out and how it compares to the Nvidia GeForce Now experience. If this gets popular we might see some others companies entering this market as well. LiquidSky could be the NetFlix of gaming. What do you think about LiquidSky?