Hatch is a cloud gaming service that also includes access to over 100 premium games. The games appear to be “mobile quality” not to say they’re bad games, just simply not as demanding as games you would play on services like GeForce Now. Looking into their service, it looks like they’re aiming to build a full-service platform with game streaming, some exclusive games, and community features like leaderboards.
While the games may not be AAA titles, it does look like Hatch is putting a good deal of effort into selecting the titles that they’re going to offer. All of the games on their paid tier are ad-free and don’t have any in-app purchases. They also have a kids mode that combined with zero in-app purchases, could be enticing for parents.
Hatch concluded their beta in November and officially launched in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Sprint announced today that they have partnered with Hatch to bring the service to the U.S. on their new 5G service. No date was announced other than this spring.