the future is browser games, if you take the gratis option you get the webgl graphics which is something like early 2000s quality, or you take they payed option with server-based rendering (if you got a bespoke low lag internet connection)
I guess that desktop and console will not go away, because VR needs extremely low input lag that probably isn't physically possible over the internet. Also the move towards open architecture like Risk5 might have an impact on workstations where gaming hardware might be derived from.
I think steams ticket for future relevancy was the steambox based on linux, if they followed through with this they would have had an open platform without much licence fuckery suffocating the technical side and if they had combined it with a video service it might have given them something like a universal entertainment-centre.
Also smart tv , tablets and phones also exist they just suck for user-input, and their walled garden app store stuff will likely mean too many hoops for devs.
I guess some angry Stallman noises about nonfree SAAS is in order here, as well as pointing out that a centrally planned communist computer tech development would likely be already be busy with accelerating Software with a compile to ASIC environment. But hey muh market competition means spreading out the tech talent on making lots of similar tech that while nearly identical, isn't entirely compatible, which slows things down.