Cloud gaming platform LiquidSky just released its all-new, highly anticipated Android app this morning, making PC gaming possible nearly anytime, anywhere on billions of Android devices. LiquidSky 2.0 (beta) on Android now supports all the new features and performance enhancements from its recent Windows PC release, enabling a fully-featured PC gaming experience without the need for expensive or proprietary hardware.
Why is this a big deal? Beyond the fact that you can now actually play Rocket League, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, and Overwatch on your Samsung cell phone, you mean? The reality is, not all gamers can afford the PC hardware and endless upgrades required to truly enjoy the latest Windows titles. Thanks to LiquidSky, everyone can now play their favorite AAA and indie PC titles on their mobile devices. Further, even gamers that already have stout gaming desktops will be able to take their gaming experience on the go, allowing them to play nearly anywhere, anytime. All that’s needed is the Windows PC or Android LiquidSky 2.0 app, a modest Internet connection and ideally one of the many supported gaming controllers for PC gaming on-the-go. (LiquidSky recommends the modestly priced GameSir G3w Wired GamePad Controller for an affordable plug-and-play Android experience.)
Note that LiquidSky is NOT a game rental or purchase storefront. The platform allows customers to access their favorite digital storefronts – Steam, Humble Bundle, Origin, Green Man Gaming, etc. – and enjoy games they already own (or purchase new ones from their storefront of choice).