GPUs based on AMD's ‘Vega’ architecture will power LiquidSky.
LiquidSky is an online game streaming service, much like NVIDIA's GeForce Now service, but instead of relying on NVIDIA's GPUs, LiquidSky is turning to AMD to power its virtual machines.
Specifically, it will be ‘Vega’ GPUs in charge of graphics processing duties. Thanks to virtual machines, PC games can be played on Android phones or tablets, and of course, systems running on Windows, macOS, and even Linux. This is all due to Radeon Virtualized Encode technology, which is present in Vega GPUs.
If you're interested in experiencing Vega-powered games for yourself, all you need to do is point your browser to liquidsky.tv and subscribe to the service. At the time of writing, the full subscription plans have not been revealed, but there's a free plan that provides up to three hours of gaming time per day, with ads thrown in between.
There’s also a 'Pay-asYou-Go' plan, which starts at US$4.99 (~RM22), where ads are turned off, and you get 100GB of online storage. Last but not least, there are also monthly plans that start from US$9.99 (~RM45), where you get 1TB of SkyStorage and no ads.
It's also worth mentioning that LiquidSky will give you access to games that you own on any PC gaming portal, including Steam, Battle.net, Uplay, Origin, GOG, and more. Streaming quality is currently capped at 1080p, at up to 100 fps.