On Friday, a beta test of BlueStacks X, a cloud-based game streaming service for mobile games, was made available in India. The cloud gaming platform will be accessible on a variety of devices, including computers, cellphones, and Raspberry Pi gadgets. It is reportedly the first cloud-based mobile game streaming service in the world and provides no-cost game streaming across all platforms using compatible web browsers. Hybrid cloud technology powers BlueStacks X, which the business claims presently hosts more than 200 titles with many more being added weekly.
In addition to going live in 13 other nations, the brand-new cloud-based game streaming service BlueStacks X was first introduced in India as a beta test. On devices running Android, Chrome OS, iOS, Linux, Mac OS, Raspberry Pi, and Windows 1, the service can be accessed through a web browser.
both Windows 0 and 11. Users of BlueStacks App Player can also utilize BlueStacks X. According to the startup, it will host more than 200 games and add new ones weekly. The games now fall within the role-playing (RPG) and strategy genres, while other genres are anticipated to be introduced in the future.
There are 14 games available right now, according to the BlueStacks X website. As examples, consider Traffic Puzzle – Match 3 Game, Dragonscapes Adventure, Looney Tunes World of Mayhem, Star Conflict Heroes, Pop Slots, Guild of Heroes: Epic Dark Fantasy, Dynasty Scrolls, MU Origin 2 Webzen, Evony: The Return of the King, and War Robots.
Additionally, players are qualified for a unique prize from BlueStacks. Five winners can win a $50 Google Play Store gift card (equivalent to about Rs 3,700) by downloading a free game and tweeting a screenshot of their playtime, according to a corporate tweet.
The hybrid cloud technology that powers BlueStacks X was created in cooperation with BlueStacks’ sibling firm, now. gg. With the help of this technology, the company may “outsource some of the computation and graphics rendering to the endpoints,” reducing cloud expenses and providing consumers with a service that is completely free and financed by advertising.
CEO Rosen Sharma commented on BlueStacks X, saying, “BlueStacks App Player recently passed 1 billion lifetime downloads. BlueStacks X is the logical progression for us. The implementation of the service is now feasible from an economic standpoint thanks to the hybrid cloud, a significant technological advancement.