You must own a controller or mouse & keyboard to play.
Google's plan is to have games be streamable through its Chrome web browser, and this first public test will test that capability.
This kind of streaming technology for games has been an up-and-coming focus for some video game hardware companies like Microsoft and Sony. As the protagonist, one of the titular assassins, you fight a vast conspiracy across land and sea.
You can apply to be part of the initial test - which will start on October 5 - by clicking the button below. Project Stream seems to be the end result of that work, but all it requires is an installation of Chrome rather than an entire console or program unto itself. The company will send an email notification to those who are selected. Anyone looking to try out the service must be a USA resident and at least 17 years old to participate.
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If you're eager for the chance to try Project Stream for yourself - or just play one of the best open-world games out there for the price of free - Google is offering sign-ups on Project Stream's site for United States citizens 17 and up.
According to analyst company IHS Markit, global spending on games content and services is expected to reach $129bn (£99bn) this year, making it the world's biggest entertainment market. You can register here.
Given its nature, it is not surprising that one of Project Stream main requirement for users is a fast Internet connection of at least 25Mbps.
Otherwise, any computer that can stream video should be up for the job. Presumably, Google will use the input it gleans from Stream and trickle down knowledge to other, more immediately available technologies like music, video, and even apps.