With the recent console launches and Black Friday and Christmas sales on the horizon, consumers will want to know what gaming devices they should be buying this year. The latest data from benchmarking firm, RootMetrics, shows how leading the latest cloud gaming platforms perform on the UK’s 5G networks.
With the arrival of 5G, gaming on the go as an alternative to console gaming has become a greater consideration with the offering of cloud-based games that can be enjoyed on any connected device they choose.
RootMetrics recently operators in London to review who can deliver a smooth mobile cloud gaming experience for casual games in standard definition and multiplayer online games in high definition.
Data showed EE offered by far the most 5G in central London, though 5G availability was generally broad: EE’s 5G availability of 77.5% was incredibly widespread, though both Three (20.0%) and Vodafone (39.6%) had much greater 5G availability in central London compared to that in greater London as a whole (5.2% for both networks).
Faster speeds allow gamers to stream more detailed games on their mobile devices with ease and coupled with ultra-low latencies and reduced packet loss and jitter, the gaming experience on a smartphone or other connected device could be akin to playing a game on a heavy-duty gaming PC or a console.
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