Google is creating its own first-party game studio.

At a conference in San Francisco, Google unveiled its cloud gaming platform Stadia. While the majority of conference display well-known games which you can play on your PC, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Google also announced its own first-party game studio, Stadia Games and Entertainment.

Jade Raymond is going to head the studio and was here to announce the first details. The company is going to make a new and exclusive game for stadia.

"I'm eager to announce that, as the head of Stadia Games and Entertainment, I won't just bring first-party game studios to reconsider the up and coming age of games," Raymond said. "Our group will likewise be working with outside engineers to bring the majority of the cutting edge Google innovation you have seen today accessible to accomplice studios of all big and small."

Raymond was a producer for Ubisoft in Montreal during the early days of the Assassin’s Creed franchise. She has been working in the video game industry for more than 15 years.

She framed Motive Studios for Electronic Arts and worked with Visceral Games, another Electronic Arts game studio. She was dealing with an untitled single-player Star Wars computer game, however Visceral Games shut in 2017 and the task has been dropped from that point forward. 

As indicated by Google, 100 studios around the globe have officially gotten improvement equipment for Stadia. There are in excess of 1,000 architects and creatives chipping away at Stadia games or ports at the present time. 

Stadia utilizes a custom AMD GPU and a Linux working framework. Diversions that are now good with Linux ought to be anything but difficult to port to Stadia. Yet, there may be more work for studios concentrated on Windows games. 

As per, the cloud instance keeps running on Debian and features Vulkan. The machine runs an x86 CPU with a "custom AMD GPU with HBM2 memory and 56 figure units equipped for 10.7 teraflops." That sounds a great deal like the AMD Radeon RX Vega 56, a moderately ground-breaking GPU, yet something not as amazing as what you can discover in the top of the line gaming PCs today. 

Google will run a program called Stadia Partners to help outsider engineers comprehend this new stage.