Online gaming is no longer a ‘time-wasting’ hobby. The popularity of online gaming platforms is rivaling traditional sports in terms of entertainment value. Most importantly, kids interested in technology or engineering find the virtual worlds of the gaming industry extremely exciting. So, how will 5G or Big Data impact the future generations of gamers?
Impact of Data Availability on Gamers
Big data enables gaming platforms to create comprehensive databases. Gamers can now use this data to –
- Creating pre and post-game strategies
- Analyze their performances by watching replays of their games
- Create training regimes using data analysis
To know more about the advancement of these platforms, visit the websites of top online gaming companies. Their progress in the field of game data analysis is remarkable.
5G and the New Networks
Cloud gaming is set to be the norm across all gaming platforms as 5G hits the market. Even traditional gaming consoles will have no in-device storage. Cloud storage and 5G Networks offer game developers infinite room for innovation. Be it the speed of response or the total elimination of in-game buffers or lags – the future is exciting.
The ‘5G Explosion.’
Everyone knows that 5G is super-fast. But how will it revolutionize our gaming experience? These innovations will define our futures, so we need to know their effects. Some unavoidable effects of the ‘5G Explosion’ includes –
- 5G Network will enable games to operate on low latency – Expect your responses to record with the game’s engine much faster. Technically, the difference in response time as compared to past networks will be in milliseconds. But, that difference is massive.
- VR will be Possible – 4G Networks failed to make the most out of Virtual Reality technology. For 5G networks transmitting large amounts of data that make a VR experience seem super-real is no big deal.
- AR – Similar to VR, game developers will also find it easy to implement Augmented Reality in games. Expect to immerse yourself in virtual worlds wearing AR/VR headsets as soon as 5G is launched.
The combination of 5G and Big Data Analytics will revolutionize the world, not only the gaming industry!
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