So that headline reads like complete and utter clickbait, doesn’t it? Well, we’ve got good news – it’s not just clickbait, it’s completely true, and all courtesy to LiquidSky 2.0.
LiquidSky is a brand new streaming service that lets you play PC games from nearly any storefront on your phone or tablet. The current line up includes your Steam, Humble, Origin, GoG, and Blizzard libraries.
You don’t need to own a PC either, as LiquidSky will set up a virtual one for you. How powerful it is depends on the subscription model you opt for.
LiquidSky provides a complete virtual gaming PC on your phone
Entry level is free, and provides you with up to three hours with a machine capable of running most games in 1080p and 60 frames per second. You will have to watch ads to access it.
Pay for the subscription though, and you can grab the Pro or Elite machines, which can easily surpass that. The subscription starts at just under $10, and removes ads completely. Different subscription tiers also provide increasing storage options.
Effectively, you’re paying to own a virtual PC on any Android device, and of varying power. We think that sounds absolutely fantastic – especially considering you only need about 20mbps of internet to run it.
You can learn more on the official site.