PlayStation Believes Cloud Gaming Will Become Meaningful From 2025

Expert Verified By

Still 2 Years Away At Least!

Nearly every gaming company is currently investing in cloud gaming. Gaming giants like Microsoft and Sony already provide cloud gaming services, but the adoption of cloud gaming is still far from widespread.

Previously, the Sony CEO addressed the challenges related to cloud gaming, claiming that it is difficult to implement without sacrificing elements like response times. A recent statement from Jim Ryan also predicts that it will not be relevant until 2025.

Why it matters: Cloud technology is predicted to be the gaming industry’s future, eliminating the need for dedicated hardware.PlayStation 5

According to a report, Jim Ryan stated:

“Cloud technology will become a meaningful component of how gamers access games between 2025 and 2035.”

He confirmed that Sony is continuing to invest in the technology. The gaming giant intends to be at the forefront of cloud technology, so PlayStation can continue to be relevant once it becomes mainstream.

Recently, developers like Hideo Kojima have discussed the massive potential behind cloud technology. Hideo Kojima was considered mad for his project, which was only made possible by Microsoft’s cloud infrastructure.

The future potential of cloud technology also became a major concern for the CMA. Following concerns about Microsoft’s dominance in the cloud segment, the regulator decided to block Microsoft’s latest merger.

PlayStation is currently working on a dedicated handheld based on streaming. Project Q will stream games from the PS5 console, showing PlayStation’s shift toward a future focused on cloud technology.

However, this will take time, and Jim Ryan expects cloud gaming to remain niche over the next year.

Was our article helpful? πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»

Thank you! Please share your positive feedback. πŸ”‹

How could we improve this post? Please Help us. πŸ˜”

Latest News

Follow Us



Rise of The Ronin Physical Sales Higher Than Dragon’s Dogma 2 In Japan

Rise of the Ronin sold twice as many physical copies as Dragon's Dogma 2 in Japan, but the latter is doing better globally.

V-Color Breaks New Ground With Manta XFinity 8600MHz DDR5 Memory

V-Color is gearing up to launch its new Manta XFinity Series kits with up to 8600MHz speeds for high-end PC setups.

Ubisoft Removes The Crew Purchases From Digital Libraries

Ubisoft has removed digital licenses of The Crew from existing libraries, highlighting the drawbacks of digital media yet again.

Prince of Persia Sands of Time Remake Is Completely Rebuilt & Rewritten

It has been reported that Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is being rebuilt completely and won't be coming out anytime soon.

TeamGroup Debuts Expert R31 3-in-1 Card Reader For Professionals

The TeamGroup T-Create Expert R31 is a lightweight memory card reader that promises seamless data transfers across a range of devices.