Cloud gaming might see unprecedented resolutions for its games with no lag in the very near future. Because of this, Nvidia’s GeForce Grid Cloud Gaming general manager Phil Eisler thinks that TV gaming might come from the cloud in the future, not consoles.

“They say this is the last console, and I am certainly a believer in that,” Eisler said. “The last one is almost 10 years old now in terms of the technology. As we go through time, the good thing about cloud gaming is it’s going to get better every year. One of the reasons we’re investing in it is we see that there are some issues today, but they’re all solvable and they’re all moving in the right direction. Bandwidth is going up. The cost of server rooms is going down. We’re bringing latency down. The experience will just get better and better every year, to the point where I think it will become the predominant way that people play games.”

“Clearly Sony believes in it enough to put their $380 million dollars into it,” Eisler added. “That was equally supportive for those people that are pro-cloud gaming. Anybody who’s in the game console business is clearly awakened to the potential of streaming games to TVs.”

Source: VentureBeat