Google’s Stadia game-streaming service is a fascinating leap into the future of gaming. However in a world of various web speeds, restrictive knowledge caps, and the worrying lack of “possession,” it has a number of challenges to beat. Stadia engineers assume they will no less than conquer the enter lag drawback with what Google calls “negative latency.”
Which will sound like an oxymoron, however (opposite to the memes that have already risen about it) Google isn’t claiming that your on-screen character goes to truly act earlier than you press the button. As an alternative of your recreation playing itself like Lineage II: Revolution, Google is simply making an attempt to shut the hole between your pc and their server.