A recent leak seems to indicate that Genshin Impact could be getting a cloud gaming service very soon. While this leak is still unconfirmed, we can take some solace in the fact that we know developer miHoYo has been playtesting the cloud gaming service for awhile now.
The cloud gaming service beta was initially launched in China back in August last year, and since then, it has managed to be quite well received by fans. If initial feedback is to be believed, the cloud gaming service is quite satisfactory and allows players to play in both 30 and 60 FPS modes. What’s more interesting is the fact that it also allows players to experience visual effects which are only available for PC. This includes volumetric clouds and much more.
While the service was playtested just on iOS it will likely roll out on Android as well. During the beta, the pricing was around $10 for 30 days of unlimited playtime in China, so one can expect the pricing to be around the same ballpark worldwide as well.
Considering how so many players face issues while playing Genshin Impact on mobile devices due to its demanding nature, this cloud gaming service could turn out to be quite a blessing for many. If miHoYo gets it right, it could turn out to be the game-changer.
(All information was provided by DualShockers)