Electronic Arts revealed the start of the technical trial for the cloud gaming service Project Atlas that was announced last year. The trial will last for two weeks and is oriented at ensuring the strong quality of service by being able to adjust to real-world conditions. As part of the external trials, players will be able to play 4 games: FIFA 19, Need for Speed Rivals, Titanfall 2 and Unravel.
It is important for the company to test a wide breadth of games and genres to better understand the performance of the technology across each, from the visual fidelity for games that are known for stunning graphics and demanding rendering, to the uncompromised precision and accuracy which are so critical to multiplayer FPS games.
“As our games will continue to be the creative heart of EA, we are focused on testing and understanding their performance in cloud gaming. So our goal with this exclusive trial is to gather more inputs at scale to test performance and quality of service in a variety of network conditions and on multiple server routing scenarios. While this particular trial will be focused on cloud gaming on PC, we are also working to understand performance across multiple other devices. Most importantly, we are here to learn how to improve and enhance the cloud gaming experience for our players.”
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