Bethesda knows that the arrival of streaming to the video game industry is very important and today the company announced a project in which it has been working and that has to do with this type of technology: Orion.
In the recent E3 2019 event, Bethesda presented the world with Orion, its new patented technology for video game streaming that has the ability to adapt to any graphics engine to optimize the experience and provide the user with a quality gaming session.
According to the information presented, Orion is designed to work in optimal conditions even when the bandwidth is not available in its entirety at a specific point, the same situation for remote areas of servers or data centers. According to the company, Orion will allow players to transfer their game via streaming to other devices and to enjoy it at its maximum quality.
In that sense, Bethesda gave a sample of Orion in full operation and it was possible to see DOOM in its 2016 version, running on a smartphone at 60 frames per second. Subsequently, the company invited those interested in participating in the first technical test to register at slayersclub.com https://t.co/aJEPnIdWws.
Without a doubt, Bethesda is already pointing towards the future.
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