During the October event launch, the company announced a cloud gaming service, which is called Google’s Stadia. It will officially launch on 9th of November, and it is a new video game platform that lets you instantly play games on TV.
The Google Stadia streams games to the Pixel 3, Chromecast Ultra, Chrome web browsers and the new Pixel 4. Its lets you instantly play games on TV, (via Chromecast Ultra), laptop, desktop, tablet or mobile phone.
It will be available in 14 different countries including the US, UK and Canada, with at least 31 games from 21 different publishers.
While the “Founder’s Edition” or Premiere Edition is priced $130 for a hardware starter kit with three months of premium service, and $10 a month afterwards.
These set of users who ordered the $130 Founder’s Edition will have free access to 3 months of Stadia Pro, Destiny 2: The Collection, a Chromecast Ultra, a limited-edition Night Blue Stadia Controller, a three-month Buddy Pass to bring one friend along for the ride and create your special Stadia Name for free.
Google’s Stadia will definitely stands as the “Netflix of games,” Offering a catalog of free games included for your $10 monthly fee.
Anyways, the Google’s Stadia Pro gives you 4K, 60fps streaming with HDR and 5.1 surround sound with the required 35Mbps of bandwidth, and access to Stadia’s eventual free catalog, and exclusive discounts on games.
Google also made mention that the free tier will be launching in 2020 and is limited to 1080p60 with stereo sound, and requires 10Mbps of bandwidth to stream at 720p.
For the Stadia games edition includes Red Dead Redemption 2, Mortal Kombat 11, Kine, etc. As already mentioned, the Stadia first phones are the Pixel 3, 3a and the new Pixel 4.