In November last year, EA announced for the first time a cloud gaming service called Project Atlas, and Moss said it is now made up of only part of cloud games. Game competitors Microsoft, Google and Sony have also unveiled their cloud gaming service plans on Stadia,Project xCloud and PlayStation Now.
The experiment will enable EA to test the performance of its cloud gaming services on real-world PC, Ken Moss said in a blog post. The company will later test on other devices.
Participants in the experiment will be able to play FIFA 19, Titanfall 2, need for Speed Rivals and Unravel.
EA wants to test service usage across unstable bandwidth and different networks. The company uses AWS and public cloud technology.