Cloud gaming is taking the gaming community by storm! No, they are not replacing huge gaming rigs just yet, and local gaming will always be here a long time still, but they are making those who are budget-minded excited! Cloud gaming takes all the heavy work out of the equation, making it possible for ANYONE to get started without plunking down their firstborn’s college fund. As such, picking the right one can be hard.
Of course the workload shifts from the client desktop to the cloud servers (the easy part you pay for monthly) but it does require some bandwidth and good latency to be playable (not easy if you live far away from the servers). So on a service like Vortex you will see they have multi-players like War Thunder but here the graphics needs to transfer from the cloud to your computer, whilst if you install it locally it is just object coordinates transferring which is way quicker on a slower latency link. So whilst I have a 4ms latency within South Africa, the latency to New York is 219ms or to London at 148ms which is not so good for cloud gaming.
That said most of the cloud platforms should adjust bitrate according to available bandwidth but the gaming experience will vary depending on connectivity performance. Also, need to note some games require you to have a license so do some homework before selecting a platform. Some platforms are mobile-only whilst Vortex is Windows, MacOS and Android, but the Chrome browser option will play on any OS including Linux (so some Linux users may find this preferable for Windows only games).
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The best cloud gaming service for the money is Vortex. If you don’t like being limited in your choice of games, you might prefer Shadow.