Square Enix is Upcoming with Project Flare in World of Cloud Gaming

Square Enix is Upcoming with Project Flare in World of Cloud Gaming

As per a latest report, Square Enix is the upcoming foray into the world of cloud gaming. It is not like the earlier systems but is something different from them as it points at the Project Flare. Jacob Navok, director of business development for Square Enix, said that `Gaikai' and `OnLive' are not really the cloud games but are streamed games.

Jacob said that Flare is basically the word that completely replaces with supercomputers. Square Enix wants the other developers to come forward and interact with them about the working of their Project Flare. They also want that the developers should give their choice on the future proceedings of their project.

The company decided to enter into the world of cloud gaming as they believe that there are still little technological advancements in this field. Jacob said that the main difference between the flare and the normal computers is that the flare separates computer processing from rendering processing.

Moreover, they had also replaced CPU with the GPU because these clouds based games are rendering heavy that cannot be easily run on single processors. Jacob added that the current streaming games runs on individual instance, whereas Flare creates an instance and shares it with other resources.


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