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The Top Gaming Technology Trends For 2020

Technological advances are changing our lives in some or the other way. With new innovative technology, the Canadian Casino now offers more immersive and exciting games. The video game industry has come a long way since its beginning. It has spread from arcade machines to gaming computers and consoles. Here are the top gaming technology predictions for 2020.

Immersive gameplay through virtual reality
Virtual Reality (VR) is all about immersive simulation of a three-dimensional environment. Today, there are various successful implementers of VR gaming in the market. The top games development companies have started using VR to offer a more immersive gaming experience to their customers. Developers have started taking interest in VR games and this has totally changed the way gamers play video games.

In the coming years, Virtual Reality will offer 3D graphics that are almost indistinguishable from the real-life environment. They will also eliminate the limiting hardware capabilities that currently keep players from high-immersive gameplay.

Gaming in the cloud
Cloud gaming is one of the latest buzzwords in the gaming industry. The idea is that gamers will no longer need gaming consoles or PCs with powerful hardware. All the gameplay will take place in the cloud. Basically, it’s like streaming videos on your smartphone or PC. The cloud-gaming server runs the game and streams the video of the gameplay on your device. Your controller input actions are sent to the cloud gaming server.

With cloud gaming, players don’t need to upgrade their software or PC from time to time. Gamers could buy a cheap streaming box and controller that plugs into their home network. Also, all good console games have an average size of 40GB and you need to download them before playing. With cloud gaming, you can instantly play the game as it is already installed on the cloud server. Cloud gaming will disrupt the gaming industry to a great extent in the coming years.

Increase in augmented reality gaming
Although Augmented Reality (AR) has been around for a while, it has yet to be fully utilized in connection with gaming. The huge of Pokemon GO is just an indicator of the potential of AR in the gaming industry. It can be used with gaming apps for smartphones or it may also be used with VR headsets and future gaming consoles.

AR uses computer-generated objects and implements them in real life to offer a thrilling and exciting gaming experience. AR games offer an immersive experience to gamers and allow them to feel that they are interacting personally with the virtual environment. This advanced technology has caught the attention of millions of gamers around the world and is delivering an unforgettable gaming experience. The value of AR gaming is expected to reach $285 billion by 2023.

The return of handheld consoles
With the advent of immobile gaming consoles such as Xbox and PlayStation, handheld consoles seemed to have died out in the early 2000s. However, the huge success of Nintendo Switch indicates that there are still various obsessive gamers dedicated to handheld video games.

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