If you’re on an AT&T postpaid mobile plan, there’s a great feature available to you starting today. You will be able to play the Premier League control From Remedy Entertainment at no additional cost via the cloud. It’s powered by Immersive Stream for games, a copy of Stadia’s game streaming technology that Google licenses to third parties.
This is the second time that AT&T and Google have teamed up to let former mobile customers play a major game without paying anything extra. Last October, AT&T began making access to Batman: Arkham Knight.
There is one big difference this time. Arkham Knight It was only available to play on desktop browsers. You will be able to access files Absolute Control Edition on smartphones and tablets as well (Arkham Knight Now supported on mobile devices too).
The main objective of this experiment is to demonstrate the low-latency capabilities of AT&T’s 5G network. It will also showcase Google’s impressive cloud gaming technology.
You don’t need to download anything or buy any gaming device to experience this. You can play on devices already in your pocket, bag, or on your desk, as long as you have a strong internet connection.
“As our first collaborator in immersive game streaming, AT&T’s continued investment in delivering games directly to its customers underscores our ability to offer advanced streaming technology, the right tools to easily transfer games, powerful discovery features, and analytics needed to improve Immersive Stream for Games, in a statement.
Launching AT&T Absolute Control Edition From 505 Games is proof of this ability, as immersive game streaming allows AT&T customers to tap and play the full game across new devices at home or on the go without downloading or installing. “
AT&T gave me early access to files Absolute Control Edition Cloud Broadcasting Experience. It went very smoothly for me. I didn’t notice any major performance differences from any other game I’ve tried on Stadia, although I wasn’t able to run any kind of technical testing.
I tried control (which I already beat on PS5) on my PC and my phone – It worked fine on Wi-Fi on both platforms. Unfortunately, I can’t speak to how well the game will run on AT&T’s 5G network. However, I tried it with a non-AT&T 4G LTE connection, and it ran like a dream with almost imperceptible latency. So, I imagine it should work smoothly on 5G as well.
It is worth noting that data is used for different quality settings on mobile. Playing at 1080p resolution can consume 12.6GB of data per hour. Choose the setting up to a maximum resolution of 720p, and control Up to 4.5 GB can be used per hour. There’s also a 720p setup optimized for mobile, which can capture 2.7GB of data per hour of playing time.
Players can choose touch controls or they can use an external controller, such as the Stadia Controller, PlayStation or Xbox controller. You can pick up a clip holding the console and your phone in place for a few dollars.
The touch controls work well. For example, when you hold down RB (to make protagonist Jesse keep a remote object high), you can move the same finger to rotate the camera, as you would with the right stick on the controller. Jesse can then find an enemy to fling the item toward. However, I recommend turning on the aim assist feature in the settings if you are using touch controls.
I much prefer using an external controller. If you have a compatible device available, I suggest using it instead. I find a traditional console (or one designed for mobile devices, like the Razer Kishi or Backbone One) much easier to use than the touch screen. Plus, you’ll be able to see more of the action without getting your fingers crossed.
It will automatically save your progress in the cloud. This means that you will be able to pick up where you left off when you switch between your computer and phone.
control He does not have the same cultural level as Batman. Nevertheless, it is a wonderful and strange game that has won many awards and Game of the Year accolades from the likes IGN In 2019. The Ultimate Edition includes both expansions, which are definitely worth checking out as well.
Although there are some obstacles in the way (including access to high-speed internet that is reliable and affordable for many people), I am optimistic about the future of cloud gaming. This is a great opportunity for people to experience a great game on devices that may not have enough power to play it locally – control It is a resource intensive address.
I hope those with an eligible AT&T plan will try it out. Not only because of control It’s cool, but so they can see what streaming games to their phone or tablet look like in practice.
If you’re on AT&T’s postpaid mobile plan, you can play control And Batman: Arkham Knight Now by going to the provider’s website. Both will be available for a limited time.
Meanwhile, I asked people from AT&T, Immersive Stream for Games, and . some questions control Publisher 505 Games about the launch. You can read what they had to say, including some interesting tidbits about the future of cloud gaming and Immersive Stream gaming, here: