Google Stadia, a new mechanism of playing online games that requires users to use discs or hardware to play graphics-intensive games is all set to be launched today. This is 8 months after Stadia was first introduced in the gaming industry.
The cloud-based gaming platform will be rolled out today in 14 countries with not more than 22 games. The game-catalogue will soon be updated with more games.
Google Stadia: Five things to know
- Google Stadia: How does Google Stadia work?
Google Stadia doesn’t require users to spend on new console and allows them to play graphic-intensive games with a working internet connection. It also means that users are not required to download or re-install any update and can directly begin playing the game.
- 2) What are the devices Google Stadia is compatible with?
- Smartphones and laptops.
- Users should note that the gamine service allows players to not watch games on YouTube. Besides, option of integration with Google Assistant and other applications (only Google) is also available.
3) Google Stadia: Technical details
Users are not required to invest in a new console and can directly play on the available devices with active internet connection.
Stadia is configured o stream upto 4K HDR at 60 fps and is expected to notch higher in the coming years. It’s expected to stream up to 8K at 120fps, whenever its modified version is launched.
4) Google Stadia: Connectivity
Users should know that the gaming service works purely on Wi-Fi though Google is working to make Standia compatible with the 5G network in the near future.
5) Google Stadia: List of Games
- Red Dead Redemption
- Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
- Rise of the Tomb Raider
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
- Samurai Showdown
- Attack on Titan: Final Battle 2
- Farming Simulator 2019
- Fina; Fantasy XV