Home Games BlueStacks Has Introduced its New Cloud Gaming Service

BlueStacks Has Introduced its New Cloud Gaming Service

BlueStacks Wants to Bring Mobile Gaming to all Devices

We have already seen many large companies enter into the cloud gaming sector. With Google Stadia, Microsoft Xcloud, Nvidia GeForce Now already established, while we have Amazon working on Luna; the list goes on and on.

Untitled design 1

Now BlueStacks also wants to get a piece of this cake and has revealed its new cloud gaming service, BlueStacks X, bringing Android games to web browsers across iOS, Windows, MacOS, and Linux devices, and even inside Discord.

If you don’t know about BlueStacks, BlueStacks started as an Android emulator for Windows, allowing users to run native Arm-based or x86 Android apps on Windows PCs and tablets.

BlueStacks

BlueStacks X is the only cloud gaming service that offers free streaming of mobile games across multiple platforms. BlueStacks X works by using hybrid cloud technology, which helps to offload part of the compute and graphics rendering to local devices, combined with Amazon’s AWS Graviton servers for more heavy workloads.

BlueStacks X provides the ability to play a variety of Android mobile games inside a browser with no downloads required. BlueStacks X is available as a beta starting from today on x.bluestacks.com, with around 14 games available to stream at the moment, with new titles being added weekly.

Games like Raid: Shadow Legends, Disney’s Sorcerer’s Arena, and Lords Mobile: Kingdom Wars are all available today. Until new titles arrive, you can use the regular native app to play more than 200 games that aren’t available on the cloud.

BlueStacks has also created its own Discord bot, Cloudy, that will integrate into BlueStacks X servers, allowing friends to launch cloud-based Android games and share their gameplay sessions directly from their browser.

Cloudy Bot Feed message

What do you think about BlueStacks X? Is it something you would like to use? Let us know in the comments below, and stay tuned to Oyprice and subscribe to our YouTube channel for regular news and updates.

bf25eb992b2b568f34546a3c987f10a9?s=117&d=mm&r=g
Ayush Patel
I am a DJ, music producer, YouTuber as well as a graphic designer. I am always on the lookout for new things to learn about in my free time which led me to start blogging about tech as a side hobby.
RELATED ARTICLES

Nvidia’s Next-Gen Flagship Graphics Cards Might Arrive as Soon as Next Year

Nvidia released its RTX 30-Series of GPUs back in September of 2020, and it's been nearly impossible to purchase these graphic cards since then,...

Lenovo Officially Reveals it’s New YOGA T500 Play Smart Projector

Lenovo seems to be extending its current lineup of offerings with more consumer devices recently and has revealed its new portable multimedia projector—the YOGA...

Translucent Apple AirPods Prototype Surface Online

Apple AirPods need no introduction. Yes, they look dull, sound alright for the price but offer unmatched convenience. Thanks to Giulio Zompetti, who collects rare Apple devices, we...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Most Popular

Nvidia’s Next-Gen Flagship Graphics Cards Might Arrive as Soon as Next Year

Nvidia released its RTX 30-Series of GPUs back in September of 2020, and it's been nearly impossible to purchase these graphic cards since then,...

Lenovo Officially Reveals it’s New YOGA T500 Play Smart Projector

Lenovo seems to be extending its current lineup of offerings with more consumer devices recently and has revealed its new portable multimedia projector—the YOGA...

Translucent Apple AirPods Prototype Surface Online

Apple AirPods need no introduction. Yes, they look dull, sound alright for the price but offer unmatched convenience. Thanks to Giulio Zompetti, who collects rare Apple devices, we...

Apple’s Infamous AirPower Might Not Be Dead After All: Says Reports

Despite Apple failing to bring its AirPower to fruition, new reports by Mark Gurman suggest that AirPower might not be dead after all, as...