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Emerging Gaming Technologies – Part 3

Technology is creating unbelievable solutions that deliver an unusual, exceptional and interactive experience and constantly making our lifestyle better. After entering into the mainstream world, game-specific technology has evolved a great deal and brought one surprise after another for gamers who desired more excitement in their play. Let’s take a look at some of the most exciting gaming technology trends of 2018 that can define the future of gaming.

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Wearable Gaming Experience

For people who love to remain discreet while they play it hard, wearable gaming experience has unexplored potential to double the fun. Wearable smartwatches and display glasses are now considered as a potential gaming device in future. There will be a rise of companies that will inject entertainment and gaming elements into smart wearable devices.

Cloud for Gaming

Modern mobile game developers are shifting from hardware system to cloud computing services, changing the approach for the way games are built. Cloud system allows developers to reduce the burden of complicated hardware structure and enjoy more flexibility. It enables extensive game servers where dynamic images are streamed via internet to user’s device screen.

e-Sports Competing With Physical Sports

e-Sports is a live video gaming events that take the shape of international tournaments. Their growing international popularity will possibly form a trend in 2018. Marker leaders firmly state that e-Sports type of games have become a true rival for real sports played physically and are slowly securing more fans than traditional games.

Although the pace at which the disruption arises is still not precisely predictable, these are some of the gaming technology trends that are going to hit 2018 market. Changes and trends are happening and soon we will have users wanting more innovations to enrich their gaming realities.

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