Last year, Google’s proposal for its cloud gaming service, Stadia, surprised more than one. This led Sony and Microsoft to join forces to investigate more about this future. Now, almost a year after the agreement, it has just been revealed that the companies are still collaborating and that they have had good results. Likewise, he stressed that they are only at the tip of the iceberg, since there is still a lot of work ahead.
Toru Katsumoto, Sony’s vice president, revealed this during a short interview with the VGC outlet. Where they revealed the details about the future of the company, and their vision about the alliance with Microsoft. Likewise, he stressed that both firms are supporting each other to a great extent, this because each one has a strong side in which to contribute. Likewise, he has assured that this will be a medium-long term job, which is still in its infancy, but is taking great steps.
“Since last year we have been discussing this collaboration with Microsoft. In addition to streaming games in the cloud [there are] semiconductors, consumer electronics and remote solutions… in these areas we are moving forward with our discussions. Microsoft Azure has splendid cloud technologies and so far they have given us [clear] explanations. Each side has its merits and it seems that our mutual understanding is deepening after the discussions, “said the Sony manager.