Now, Android users will be able to play PC games on the smartphone itself. LiquidSky, an application which is now available in Play store will make things easy for gamers.
LiquidSky 2.0 with the help of its cloud streaming technology, enable any PC games to be streamed and played lived in a smartphone with its application client installed. LiquidSky gives each user a unique, virtual PC where gamers can download new games and can access their existing libraries via any storefront, including Steam, Humble Bundle, GOG, Origin, and Blizzard. This unique PC shows up on any supported device allowing people to play everything from 8-bit adventures to AAA blockbusters on otherwise underpowered platforms.
As of now, LiquidSky is free to access, but users have the option to go with the paid version and the paid version bundle starts from $10, the company also give users a monthly subscription package which starts with $20. While free users can watch ads and purchase credits as they go to use the service. The company recommends streaming of games with Ethernet whenever possible which may possibly question the take of an Android version. But users can stream on mobile and LiquidSky suggests 5Ghz WiFi or 4G.
Android Smartphone can be used to play PC Games now
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