If you’re not a fan of having to keep your Stadia controller plugged into your computer all the time to use it, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Google has announced that its Stadia controller will now work with your computers via a wireless connection. This lets you ultimately ditch the cable once and for all.
When Google first launched Stadia, its availability was pretty much limited to just Google’s Pixel smartphones. For non-Pixel owners, we imagine that this must have been a bit frustrating. However, there is some good news and that is Google has announced that they will be expanding on Stadia’s availability.
If you felt that Google Stadia’s launch was a bit on the lukewarm side due to the lack of games, not to worry because it seems that Google’s plan for 2020 will be to add as many as 120 new games to the platform, giving gamers a lot more options to choose from when it comes to game streaming.
We already witnessed Google’s addition of 10 new games for Stadia’s launch to make it more appealing. However, it looks like, there are more decisions to be taken for the ‘Pro’ Stadia subscribers.For the month of December, Google’s Stadia will offer 4 games in total for free – without needing to purchase them. They have announced the details on their Stadia community blog.While we have Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition and […]
Over the years, Google has launched many products and services. Some have gone on to become staples in our everyday lives, such as Google Search and Gmail, while others have fallen by the wayside. This is normal since it doesn’t make sense for any company to continue investing time and resources into a product or service that simply isn’t profitable.
Google’s Stadia game streaming service will be going live on the 19th of November, but if you are planning on using the service, you might want to take note that during a recent AMA held on Reddit, Google has revealed that not all of Stadia’s features will be available at launch, so that could be worth your consideration.
Google Stadia will be launching on the 19th of November, and as expected, there will be a bunch of games that will be available to play at launch. If you’re wondering what games will be available, it seems that there will be at least 12 titles that will be playable when Stadia eventually goes live.
Google Stadia will be going live later this month and while it does away with the need to own high-end gaming hardware, what it will require more so than ever is enough bandwidth and a fast enough internet connection to ensure that your gaming sessions do not get interrupted. The good news is that if you own a Google or Nest WiFi device, it could be to your advantage.
Game streaming could be the way of the future. The concept of game streaming is that most of the hard work is done remotely which reduces some of the bottlenecks that gamers face, which is on the hardware front where some gamers might have less than ideal experiences due to lower-end hardware.
Earlier this year, Google confirmed that they would be launching their game streaming service, Stadia, this coming November. Now the company has confirmed when exactly in November it will be launching, and if you’re interested, you’ll want to mark the date down for the 19th of November.
If there was a reason why game streaming took this long to take off, it would be due to lag. Over the years, our internet connectivity has gotten a lot better which can help facilitate smoother gameplay, but can you imagine trying to stream a game only to be continuously interrupted due to latency issues?
When Google announced Stadia, they announced that one of the options that users could look forward to was a $9.99 subscription plan. This subscription plan allows gamers to stream their games at a higher quality, while also giving gamers access to a catalog of older games, but Google wants to clarify this service.
Some more information has emerged about Stadia, Google’s game streaming service, this week. It’s about the Stadia controller in particular. It turns out that the Stadia controller from Google isn’t going to have the ability to stream game audio wirelessly to Bluetooth headphones or gaming headsets when it arrives later this year.
Google continues to reveal more information about its upcoming Stadia cloud gaming service. There’s an interesting bit of information that the company has now confirmed on its FAQ page for the service. It confirms that Stadia games will remain playable even if a publisher pulls support for its platform. Something like this rarely happens but Stadia subscribers will be happy to know that they will be covered either way.