Google-owned Alphabet has said that it is giving 2-months premium access to its paid-version cloud-based Game as people are struggling to work from their homes to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
All the interested users can easily access or download the games by visiting the Android App Store and iOS.
According to the news published in Reuters, Alphabet said that it has currently rolling this offer for 14 countries across the globe starting from Wednesday.
Important to mention that the premium version of the game costs $9.99 a month it also offers access to 4K Supported games as ‘Destiny 2: The Collection’ and ‘GRID.’
However, the company is going to change the resolution of the game to 1080p from 4K in order to reduce the load on the bandwidth limit.
“To reduce load on the internet further, we’re working toward a temporary feature that changes the default screen resolution from 4k to 1080p”, company said.
Tech Enthusiasts believed that the Google Stadia Game, released in November, is all good to give a tough time to Microsoft’s upcoming mega project of XCloud.