Stadia is hoped to launch by November 19, 2019, and as expected, a lot of things are developing towards this purpose. Stadia is the next-gen gaming platform designed by Google for everyone. Just recently, Google shared that it is adding Pixel 2 series and 4 series to the list of devices that will support Stadia game streaming. Also, the wireless Stadia gamepad will be compatible with these devices; however, the gamepad won’t support “Wireless Play” on mobile devices, as well as Tablets and PCs. According to reports, the “Wireless Play” feature on Stadia Controller will only work on TVs having Chromecast Ultra.
On the other hand, the Pixel 3 series have already listed as devices that will support Stadia. Plus, they said that Chrome OS tablets such as Acer Chromebook Tab 10, Pixel Slate, and HP Chromebook X2 would Support Stadia. All updates as regards to Stadia’s compatibility with more devices listed in the “Stadia availability & requirements” page.
All you need to know about Stadia Still Now
Google Stadia (Stadia) is the next-gen game streaming platform yet to launch. However, many things have been said about the platform, including that Stadia will be capable of streaming 4k video games at 60@fps and will support HDR. Stadia will be available as a subscription-based online game streaming service with YouTube integration. It will launch officially on November 9, 2019, at which it will be available to some devices. However, the developers promise that the platform will get more devices to support in years to come. Just recently, Pixel 2 and 4 series were added to the list of devices that can play Stadia. Pixel 3 series have been earlier listed as supported devices. Asides Google Pixel smartphones, there are a couple of other devices that will support the Stadia platform.
Beyond this, you can manage Stadia accounts using the app from Android Marshmallow+ and iOS 11+ devices.
How will It work?
Stadia works with internet connectivity; Google announces that you need a strong connection of about 10Mbps to enjoy Stadia on supported devices/platforms. It is an online game streaming service; thus, there is no console needed to play Stadia games, which is unlike the Xbox, PlayStation, and other gaming services.
At the moment, Stadia is not available in so many countries. At launch, the online game streaming service will be available in the following countries, U.S.A., United Kingdom, Canada, France, Belgium, Finland, the Netherlands, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Germany, Denmark, and Ireland. There are just 14 countries where Stadia will be available. Refer to Pricing and More.
What games will be available?
A lot of developers are already working on releasing more games for Stadia gamers. However, the service will launch with Red Dead Redemption 2 as a launch title; this was ascertained after many rumors. Other games for the platform include Doom Eternal, Cyberpunk 2077, Watch Dogs: Legion, Borderlands 3, and other unreleased titles. Refer All Available Games.
Which devices can play Stadia?
Since there is no console, you need a compatible device to play Stadia games. At launch, Pixel 2, 3, and 4 series will support the service, including the Pixel 3a series. Also, tablets powered by Chrome OS can run the service. Google promises to make Stadia available to more devices over time.
The added Pixel 2 series is a significant step. Initially, they said only 3 series would support. By adding this 2-Year-old mobile can bring additional customers to this program. It is a Good initiation from Google for Casual gamers. We don’t have to buy Game Consoles and Upgrade your Old consoles. If you are already using this kind of device, you know, your console can last longer for 2-3 Years With the games. After that, you have to purchase a new device to play the latest games. But, here you can play any game if your device is supported. If Google is serious about this, It will be a Great Success. Beyond Internet Speed, Latency is an essential factor. What do you think? Can it become a success, or It will be a challenge for Google? Comment below.