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Stadia could soon mimic Windows games to expand its catalog as quickly as possible

Stadia could soon mimic Windows games to expand its catalog as quickly as possible

To attract users, all video game platforms need one thing: good titles, and lots of good titles. With the aim of enjoying more games compatible with its Stadia platform, Google engineers have developed a Windows Game Emulator.
This system should be introduced at an upcoming event, Google Game Developer Summit which will be held on March 15 – more specifically during a conference entitled ” stadia | How do you write a Windows emulator for Linux from scratch? “.

Why is emulator development important to Google? Simply because these Linux servers require developers to deliver (and update) the Linux version of their games in addition to the Windows and/or console versions. The extra work that different studios and developers, especially the smaller ones, can’t afford or don’t want to impose on themselves.

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If Google finds a way to run Windows versions of games natively on its servers, Stadia could see its catalog grow faster, making the platform more attractive to everyone. Players will have more choices and studios will have a new distribution channel.

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It’s worth noting that Google’s ad isn’t whimsical, because Valve does Already the same with the proton. Initially developed specifically for Linux players, the Windows title emulation overlay is also at the heart of Steam Deck.

sources : the edgeAnd the Windows Central

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