EA And Comcast Launch Xfinity Games, A New Streaming Service for EA’s Mobile Titles

I don’t get it.

Posted By | On 14th, Jul. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

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EA and Comcast announced today that they are launching an all new games streaming service. It is called Xfinity Games, and you don’t need anything to run it, other than a supported Xfinity set-top box- your smartphone or tablet can act as a controller.

Xfinity Games only supports EA’s mobile titles, as opposed to their console efforts, but EA’s mobile titles are still fairly impressive- some of the supported games include FIFA Soccer 13, Plants vs. Zombies, and NBA Jam. The full list is longer, and can be perused on the Xfinity Games website.

Personally, I am not seeing the need for this service at all- if I want to play smartphone or tablet games, and I have to use those as the controller for these games anyway, I would just… play those games on my smartphone or tablet, rather than via streaming? Especially since a lot of these games are online and social feature centric, and Comcast has confirmed that online functionality won’t work on these games while streaming.

It just sounds like a mess.

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  • Mark

    Whew, I thought they’d be streaming console games to the tv, would possibly hurt console sales. Keep it mobile lol


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