Category: Network

Google Stadia VR

Google Stadia VR: The Lowdown

Google Stadia has the potential to revolutionize the way in which we play games, and as part of that possibility, it seems fairly likely that Google Stadia VR could be on the cards. With the ever growing interest and enthusiasm for virtual reality and the ways in which it could allow for a more immersive and enjoyable gaming experience, we can’t help but question whether Google will take that opportunity with implementing a Google Stadia VR feature. Google Stadia VR Headset We’ve previously discussed it before, but it’s worth noting once again that there seems to be every chance of

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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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Stadia GPU Comparison

Streaming & Performance with Stadia

Google’s latest announcement, Stadia, is the latest in cloud-based video game streaming services. Almost, like a Netflix for video games of sorts, still in early stages, the tech giant have touted the service’s ability to deliver graphics of up to 4K quality at 60 fps. While users with high-speed internet services may not have a second doubt about streaming in this quality, users with lower-speed connections may wonder what this means for them. With such high quality streaming, one may expect that the streaming speed of the user must be equally as powerful. However, when streamed at 1080p/60fps, Google VP

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