It is absolutely true that we are constantly explaining the practical parts that 5G technology will incorporate in our lives, and this time we wanted to discover more about what this technology will bring to video gaming when implemented.
5G is now a reality. It is available in certain cities in a variety of countries including the USA, UK, and etc. If you want to use this technology, you will have to be with the right operator, in the right area and have a 5G compatible device.
And video games are one of the areas that are often cited by manufacturers, networks, and others pushing ahead with 5G technology. There are several ways your gaming will be impacted, but note that these aren’t the only ways it may impact your gaming life.
Cloud gaming will elevate
With 5G technology, cloud gaming should be able to seamlessly work on portable devices without any issues and it may even allow you to stream games to your phone or your tablet without you even noticing that you are not playing the regular way.
5G maybe will allow gamers to play complex games on their phones.
Portable consoles have it built-in
Nintendo’s Ko Shiota, the general manager of platform technology development, confirmed that his company is looking into 5G tech to see what is possible. And we know that Nintendo is not following trends, and maybe this is only a looking into, but in the end, they maybe will not use this technology in their products. A 5G version of the Nintendo Switch could allow you to play a multiplayer game when you are on the go with little lag thanks to improved latency.
Mobile gaming may be spread
Nowadays connections of the on go gaming are not quite stable, and with 5G will allow you to play online without worrying over dropping out of the game, or getting angry because your mobile connection is not good at all. As 5G grows maybe we will see more multiplayer games for phones and more people will be able to play even though they are away from their home Internet.
5G should help improve virtual reality
Virtual reality is not that good yet because of the lags. 5G will lower the latency for an even better VR experience. The world of virtual reality will only be full of things to explore when 5G implementation all over the world is finished.