Google’s Cloud division and Unity have announced a strategic partnership with the aim of simplifying game development. The two companies will be working together to create a suite of managed services and tools for developing connected games with real-time multiplayer experiences. These tools will also help Unity to test and launch these connected games while offloading the connectivity portion on Google Cloud servers. This means that Unity will build the games while Google will be the default cloud provider to help them easily build and scale their games. In addition, Unity has also announced migrating all core infrastructure, which powers its services and offerings to Google Cloud, thus resulting in running of its business on the same cloud that Unity game developers will develop, test and globally launch their games.
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