According to Tabata, the game consoles will evolve and follow the steps of the film and music industry which has embraced the streaming services.
The project, dubbed "Yeti", would apparently allow users to stream and play video games in real time, which is actually running on Google's remote cloud servers somewhere else in the world. It is also believed it will be initially launched through Google's Chromecast device which now serves like an all-in-one access to various contents from services like Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, and an array of TV channels.
To complete the Yeti service, Google is also rumored to be working on its very own console and controller.
In a report by The Information, it was claimed Google Yeti was due to launch in late 2017, but was pushed back for unknown reasons.
While Google has yet to confirm these reports, the company appears to have built some requisites to entice gamers into supporting its gaming products. "The One X got off to a really good start", ZhugeEx stated.
GOOGLE is planning to launch a new games console to rival the XBox and PlayStation. Using this service, the users don't have to download video games or purchase disks. However, Xbox showed a more aggressive move recently after it announced that even its newest and upcoming first-party titles will be available via the Game Pass as soon as they are released in the market.