Google announces timetable for GDC 2020 game developer conference

At last year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC 2019), Google announced the game streaming platform Stadia during a keynote speech. The service began in November 2019 and has steadily added new games and features over time. Earlier this month, the company successfully developed a roadmap for 2020, which is expected to bring more than 120 games by the year and at least 10 in the first half of the year.

Google announces timetable for GDC 2020 game developer conference

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The search giant will announce more new content at the upcoming GDC 2020. The conference will be held in San Francisco from March 16 to 20, and Google’s keynote is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Pacific time.

To be sure, google will introduce future platform games and discuss plans to expand service capabilities. More details can be shared in the coming weeks, and interested friends can pre-register and receive updates at any time.

By incorporating Typhoon Studios into Stadia’s gaming and entertainment division, Google has a bigger base to compete with Microsoft Project XCloud and Apple Arcade.

Google said product owners from all parts of the company will share major announcements during the game developer conference and hold more meetings over the next two days. In addition, at the company’s booth, attendees were able to watch product demos and talk to experts one-on-one.