After reports of early access beta testing, Minecraft for Chromebooks officially arrives today. There are hardware requirements but they’re quite reasonable.
Google and three of its hardware partners introduced cloud gaming Chromebooks. Nice, but the real benefits will come later.
What are your Chromebook gaming options without Stadia? More than you think: Here are some suggestions and choices to get your game on.
Although I got my Steam Deck last month, I can’t wait for Steam gaming on Chromebooks. It’s coming to the Beta Channel of ChromeOS in a bit.
ChromeOS 105 is due out any day now and it will bring a new experimental feature. ChromeOS 105 adds keyboard controls for Android games.
After roughly two years of effort, Steam launches on Chromebooks today in alpha to bring native gaming to Chrome OS. Here’s what you need to know.
Chrome OS 101 adds support for variable refresh rates on Chromebook displays. Here’s what that means.
I read and watched a dozen Steam Deck reviews. Why? They can tell you how well Chromebooks and Steam will, or won’t, work.
Been holding out to play PC games on your Chromebook? Steam gaming on Chromebooks will scratch that itch but you’ll probably need new hardware.
RGB keyboards for Chrome OS are just another incremental step in what’s now been a multi-year effort for Google gaming Chromebooks.
Chrome OS 98 looks to add an experimental flag that enables Steam gaming on Chromebooks. This is only the first step though, and we don’t know what the experience will be like.