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What Changes Will 2020 Bring To The Online Gaming Industry? 


Online games have become quite popular and addictive in recent times most especially because of its convenience and ease of use. The love for these games makes more changes to be introduced to make players have fun.

What Changes Will Bring To The Online Gaming Industry

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As the year comes to an end, there are bound to be changed in the gaming industry and 2020 will come with its changes. Here are some changes to anticipate next year.

Cross-platform gaming systems

As gaming publishers contend to increase their markets on all podiums, one thing has become crystal clear; the quickest means to broaden your possible users is to develop games that can be played on several devices. 

Forging ahead, gamers may pay attention less on which devices they possess and more on which games the gamers enjoy playing and with whom. Players who love playing with friends won’t need to ensure that they own the same gaming platform, be it PlayStation, Xbox, or PC, just to name a few.

Cloud Gaming

Possibly no new popular gaming systems show potentials of bringing about major games to the gaming industry like a cloud. It is not a novel idea but just very few developers in the last years paid attention to streaming games on different platforms.

Currently, online gaming is the major set up, some main brands like Google are looking for novel and fresh means to make more games via cloud solutions. Google earlier this month launched its stadia project while Microsoft Xcloud provides little types of cloud gaming service that was officially opened in October.

The introduction of cloud gaming will make gaming more interesting and engaging which will be fun for a lot of gamers.

Personalization and more interactive user experience

Artificial intelligence has made many games to become interesting and addictive making the cartoons act like humans. 2020 will bring forth more interactive games that will connect the players with the games and the games feed will be more personal, showing the gamers just the category of games based on the gamer’s interest.

Solo-playing narrative games

Multiplayer online games have greatly dominated the gaming market for a good number of years but it seems like single-player games are beginning to come back strongly. May be games like God of war which was officially opened in 2018, Marvel’s spider-man and Redemption 2 amongst others have made the gamers to enjoy playing solo.

People sometimes love to play games alone and in 2020 this is a trend that will continue. It is not like multi-gaming systems will go off the market but they will be almost like a blend and not one dominating the other. So gamers should look forward in 2020 to see more narrative games for single players.


Ram Kumar blogs at DeviceBowl. He is a graduate in Computer Science and Engineering. Addicted to Blogging and Coding.

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