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According to Business Insider, Google is set to release a video game streaming service called ProjectStream. The service lets you play video games with your internet browser, if you have a strong enough internet connection. Earlier this month Google rolled out a beta test for ProjectStream that included just one game, the recently released "Assassin's Creed: Odyssey.

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