Beta sign-ups are now open for a revolution in PC gaming – LiquidSky 2.0. This platform allows games to be streamed to any PC (or Linux or Mac device in the future) at Ultra settings, guaranteeing 1080p/60fps gameplay. This opens up a realm of options for not only gamers on a budget, but gamers on the go. The platform supports most laptops, even low powered ones, and can be set up on devices like HTPCs.
“We are thrilled to announce LiquidSky 2.0, ushering in a cloud-based gaming revolution,” said Ian McLoughlin, LiquidSky’s co-founder and CEO. “LiquidSky 2.0 smashes the status quo for gamers worldwide, eliminating the dependence on rapidly-obsolete gaming hardware. Now anyone, even gamers with lower-spec laptops and desktops not typically suitable for new release titles — can enjoy high-quality PC gaming nearly anywhere, anytime and on almost any device — and do so affordably or even for free.”
Yes, you heard that right. LiquidSky 2.0 even has an ad-supported free option for players on a budget. Check out the pricing models below.
In addition. LiquidSky 2.0 currently has three different performance packages.
You can download the software now and get playing. Check out the software on different platforms and some key features below.
Support for Windows PC Devices
● New Pricing Plans (More SkyCredits for Lower Cost)
● Upgraded Gamer and Pro Performance Packages (Up to 4x Previous Performance)
● FREE Ad-Supported Plan
● Intuitive New User Interface
● Dramatic Latency Reduction
Android, Mac and Linux device support, along with the following key features, are planned for
the coming months:
● Full DirectX 12 Support
● Full Support for USB 2.0+ PC Accessories
● SkyLounge Community Hub
● Elite Performance Package Upgrade, Including 100 FPS Unlock