- BlueStacks launches a free cloud gaming service for mobile games.
- BlueStacks X is available on Windows 10 and 11, Mac, iOS, Android, Chromebook, and Raspberry Pi.
- It is the only cloud gaming service that offers free streaming for mobile games.
BlueStacks X launches today as the only cloud gaming service that offers free streaming of mobile games across multiple platforms and devices. BlueStacks has built its cloud technology under its now.gg brand to make this possible, combined with Amazon’s AWS Graviton servers. It is powered by hybrid cloud technology and the company says it currently hosts more than 200 games with many games being added each week.
There are 14 games on the BlueStacks X website that are currently playable. These include Lords Mobile: Kingdom Wars, Traffic Puzzle – Match 3 Game, RAID: Shadow Legends, 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 King’s Return, and War Robots.
Commenting on Bluestacks X, CEO Rosen Sharma said:
“The Bluestacks app player has recently surpassed 1 billion lifetime downloads. Bluestacks X is a natural next step for us. Hybrid Cloud is a major technological advancement that makes it financially viable to launch a service. BlueStacks X (beta) is powered by hybrid cloud technology, built-in partnership with now.gg, BlueStacks’ sister company.”
“These days all gamers practically live on Discord. Launching BlueStacks X as a Discord bot is so innovative and smart. We can literally just click a link and jump into a game. I can customize the service for my server, way cool,” said Aevatrex (Jonathan Fermin), leading mobile gaming influencer.
Players are also eligible for a special giveaway offer by BlueStacks. A tweet by the company mentions that five winners will get a chance to win a $50 (roughly Rs. 3,700) Google Play store card if they play a free game and share a screenshot of the gameplay. This technology works transparently and does not require any integration from game developers, the company said.
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