Articles about Google Stadia

LG Smart TVs Getting NVIDIA + Google Cloud Gaming
2021 LG Smart TV customers will be able to play high-powered graphics games via cloud services from Google Stadia and NVIDIA GeForce Now, out of the box – no console or PC needed. Note: the photo is for illustration only. Not the actual LG 2021 TV.

Baldur’s Gate 3 Could Be Launching This Year
When it comes to RPGs, Baldur’s Gate is one of the more popular and beloved franchises around, and there is no doubt that many gamers were probably a little bummed out when the game officially came to an end after two releases (not including expansions). However, last year, it was officially announced that Baldur’s Gate 3 is in development.

More Than 4,000 Developers Have Shown Interest In Google Stadia
Google’s Stadia game streaming service appears to have caught the attention of quite a few developers. According to Technical Account Manager Sam Corcoran, more than 4,000 developers have shown interest in supporting Google Stadia through the Stadia partners program.

Sorry, But Google Stadia Games Won’t Be Cheaper Than Console Games
Earlier this month, Google announced that its Stadia game streaming service will be launching this November and there is an option for users to pay $9.99 a month that will let them stream games in 4K at 60 fps as well as access a library of older games. However, Google did not mention how much the individual games would cost.

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Destiny 2 Players On Stadia Will Only Match With Other Stadia Players
Bungie recently confirmed that Destiny 2 will be available from Google Stadia, the company’s online game streaming service which will enable users to stream console-quality games on smartphones and even Chromebooks. All that’s required is a decent internet connection and a subscription to Stadia. Bungie has now revealed that Destiny 2 players on Stadia will initially be able to play against other Destiny 2 players on Stadia.