Google's cloud-based gaming service, Google Stadia, will arrive on November 19! Rick Osterloh, hardware chief of the US technology giant, said that users can play on their TVs, laptops and Pixel smartphones via Google Stadia.
First, let us briefly explain the working logic of Google Stadia. Google Stadia, which will run on all systems regardless of operating system, provides high quality HDR graphics and smooth frame rates thanks to its cloud-based gaming infrastructure.
With Google's game streaming service, users will be able to play any game of their choice with a 4K resolution of 60 frames per second, even if they have a low-end computer. The only thing they need for this is a video device.
Google Stadia service has two different membership options, Stadia Pro and Stadia Founder Edition. At $ 9.99 per month, Stadia Pro offers one free game every month and 4K resolution / 60 fps. As you may recall, the first free game was Destiny 2.
The Stadia Founder Edition, which is sold for $ 11.99 per month, provides three months access to the Stadia Pro service and Chromecast Ultra. In addition, let's not forget that Stadia Pro can download 4K / 60 fps HDR images with 5.1 surround sound at 35Mb per second.
Google's cloud-based game service, Google Stadia, will be released on November 19. Stadia subscribers will be able to access Red Dead Redemption 2, Grand Theft Auto III, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Borderlands 3 and more via cloud servers, regardless of their hardware capabilities.
The countries where Google Stadia will be available in the first place are as follows:
- United States of America