According to Neowin, in the video content, Mr. Koduri shared something really interesting that will surely attract the interest of gamers. He said that Intel’s graphics team is currently working hard on various next-generation technologies, and one of these involves allowing users to remotely play games on some of your PCs. their friends.
Intel wants to make a breakthrough in the future of gaming
“What if you could give remote PC access to your friends, you know, try Cyberpunk 2077,” Koduri said.
Such technology will be especially relevant in times of travel restrictions and social distancing. However, Koduri is also quick to point out that it will be at least a while before we see such technology in action as he is talking about a general roadmap for the next five years or so. “It’s not an immediate thing in 2022, but we’re working on things like that,” he said.
Although Intel has canceled its in-person CES 2022 show citing health concerns, the event will still be held digitally and the tech world is expecting the company to talk about the upcoming ARC discrete GPU. yours here.
Intel’s first-generation ARC graphics card, codenamed Alchemist, is scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2022, and that means Intel could show off its ARC GPU for the first time at CES. Leaked graphics card images and names have been around for a while.