It’s finally now official Intel’s Gaming GPUs Confirmed to Launch Next Month. Intel’s first-ever discrete GPUs specifically designed for gaming will be available for laptops this month. Desktop GPUs will be available in the second quarter of 2022 and workstations will be getting the Intel Arc graphics cards in the third quarter of this year.
The announcement was made via the official IntelGraphics Twitter handle.
For those who aren’t aware, Intel Arc GPUs are designed to compete with the Nvidia RTX 3000 GPUs, with the same performance and price.
However, that’s one of the announcements Intel released this week. The American chipmaker also revealed the cloud gaming service Project Endgame. It lets you lease Intel’s graphics cards in the cloud to provide the benefit of an “always-accessible, low-latency computing experience.”
The specifics of Project Endgame are still unclear however it is believed that Intel is developing. An all-encompassing front-end gaming service similar to the NVIDIA GeForce Now. Intel hasn’t disclosed any particulars like the type of access to GPUs it’ll offer its customers. What the cost will be, and if it’s intended exclusively for gaming.
However, since Intel is evidently fighting to win gamers, we’re expecting that the price. Service will be comparable to the other cloud gaming competitors like Google Stadia, Xbox Cloud Gaming, etc. Therefore, no specific date for the launch yet as Intel has only stated that it will launch later in the year.