It has been four months since Google launched its own game streaming platform, Google Stadia, in a rather lack-luster fashion. However, it seems like Google is committed towards developing Stadia, as it announced a partnership with game engine developer Unity, by launching a program called Stadia Makers.
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When Google Stadia was launched 3 months ago, it faced a lot of backlash from the gaming community for launching a clearly unfinished product. Google has been really slow with updates since then, but finally has announced that support for Stadia would be available on 18 more phones other than the Pixel.
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Google Stadia gaming platform back in March to instantly play games on TV (via Chromecast Ultra), laptop, desktop, tablet or a mobile phone at up to 4K and 60 frames per second with HDR and surround sound. Today the company has finally announced pricing details for the Stadia Pro and also said that free Stadia Base option will be available next year. Stadia will work on Chromecasts, Chrome OS devices, Chrome on desktops and laptops, and Pixel phones starting with Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a series at launch. Continue reading “Google Stadia Pro pricing revealed ahead of November launch, free Stadia Base in 2020; Founder’s Edition up for pre-order”
At the GDC 2019 yesterday Google announced Stadia, the company’s new video game platform, as it had promised. This lets you instantly play games on TV (via Chromecast Ultra), laptop, desktop, tablet or a mobile phone at up to 4K and 60 frames per second with HDR and surround sound. Since this is completely online, gameplay experience may vary based on quality of internet connection.
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