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Stadia Cross-Platform

Google Stadia Cross Platform Cloud Gaming

Google has confirmed cross-platform play for Stadia, which allows you to play with your friends regardless of whether you’re gaming on your PC, console, mobile device or tablet. Whether or not games will allow play between Stadia versions and those on dedicated platforms, such as PlayStation 4, XBox One and PC is not yet known. However, games running on Stadia should work regardless of your hardware setup. That’s right — no more shelving out thousands just to be able to hop into the game! Phil Harrison, Google’s Vice President and General Manager, a former Microsoft and Sony exec, also mentioned

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Stadia Cloud-Based Streaming Gaming Platform

Does Stadia Spell Doom for The New PS5 and Xbox Two?

Stadia is a game streaming platform which will allow people to play incredibly high quality games over a standard internet connection and without lots of particularly expensive and hardcore hardware, all on Google Chrome. Or so Google claims. Whether or not it can really be done is the big question, but if it can work, there is the potential that Stadia could spell destruction for the sales of the new Play Station 5 and Xbox Two. We do not know when the new PS5 and Xbox will be released, with rumours ranging from 2019 to 2021. Regardless, their releases will

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Stadia Assasins Creed Odyssey

Google Stadia Crowd Play

Stadia itself is already shaping up to be a revolutionary gaming platform, but one of the features arguably stands out from the others: Crowd Play. It was created to allow you to join in with your favourite YouTubers in their gaming live streams, and is set to be a big phenomenon, with Matthew “MatPat” Patrick from The Game Theorists explaining how the feature will benefit his audience. Predictably, the most well-known and influential YouTubers will find that their fans will be flocking to join in with the gameplay and there may be an influx of players all at once. To

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Google Stadia Mobile Devices

Running Stadia on Mobile Devices

While playing games on your mobile phone often uses up a large amount of power and drains your battery quickly, Eurogamer was told in an interview that this wouldn’t be the case with Stadia! But why is that? Simply put, due to the way that Stadia will work—it is essentially just playing a video instead—it shouldn’t be nearly as harsh on your phone’s power as normal games! In fact, it was stated that on a phone with good battery life, you could be playing a heavy game such as Doom or Assassin’s Creed for up to ten hours at a

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Stadia Cloud-Based Streaming Gaming Platform

What Internet Speed Will Stadia Run On?

According to Eurogamer and GamesRadar, Google released a number of Stadia demos at GDC. These simulated the effect different connection speeds had on the gameplay and use of the product, and users remarked that results for all three of the demo categories (“excellent”, “degraded” and severe”) were all very acceptable for good quality gameplay. This is great news for people on average speed connections! However, that doesn’t tell us exactly how fast an internet connection we need—but we can actually infer an answer to this question ourselves! In another simulation, which was designed to demonstrate gameplay on an “unstable” connection

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Google Stadia Specs

Google Stadia Specs

Google has released the following data for Stadia. Custom 2.7GHz hyper-threaded x86 CPU with AVX2 SIMD and 9.5MB L2+L3 cache Custom AMD GPU with HBM2 memory and 56 compute units, capable of 10.7 teraflops 16GB of RAM with up to 484GB/s of performance SSD cloud storage Google says that this hardware can be stacked, meaning that the CPU and GPU compute is ‘elastic’, so multiple instances of this hardware can be used to create larger scale games. This configuration is referred to as a ‘first-gen’ system, using Google’s datacenter hardware to evolve over time instead of the need for users

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