Opus3, Google’s next-generation game-streaming service, is available on the Android platform today, bringing together both free and paid versions of the game-sharing service.
As with many mobile games, Opus is designed to be a more accessible experience than its predecessor, and the first part of the free edition brings in the ability to stream directly to your Google+ account.
As such, the only other feature of the paid edition is a new “streaming” mode that makes it possible to watch the game in its entirety in real-time.
Opus’s most interesting addition is the “stream” mode, which lets you access the game while it is still running, so you can play it when you’re not using the app, and watch the stream afterwards while the game is still on.
This allows for a more interactive experience and is something that we think Opus will become a popular addition to the Android gaming landscape, especially since its first release was on the Play Store back in 2015.