Google: Support for GDC 2020 delay decision to release new content on Cloud Live

The 2020 Game Developers Conference (GDC 2020) announced a delay on Friday due to the new coronavirus outbreak, which will be decided on friday. Several gaming giants, including Microsoft, Sony, Amazon and Epic, have announced their retirement from GDC, and Google has also been affected, although it has decided to publish new content live online.

Google: Support for GDC 2020 delay decision to release new content on Cloud Live

It is reported that the online event will start on March 16 for a two-day live online broadcast. Many teams within the company will show the latest results. According to Session, which mainly includes Android game development, Google Cloud, and content about Stadia will be held the next day.

It is understood that Session’s arrangements include

Bringing Destiny to Stadia: A GDC Postmortem

Bringing Vulkan Graphics Into The Mainstream

Mastering Cloud Gaming: Tales from Stadia’s Launch

Bringing Google’s Machine Learning to Game Development

Super Charge Your Game’s Discovery

The Journey of Bringing Our Unity Game to Stadia

Google: Support for GDC 2020 delay decision to release new content on Cloud Live

Google said it supported the organization’s decision to delay GDC 2020 in response to the ongoing development of the new corona virus. “While we can’t see you in person, our team will share a lot of exciting news, and we hope you can join our digital experience to learn more,” Google said in a statement. “