When it comes to gaming, Google Stadia is set to lead the way with its exceptionally high quality cloud streaming service—and, after two months of desperately questioning how the service will be priced and how much it will cost, Google themselves have finally given us an answer as to the Google Stadia price! Google Stadia Price Plans Revealed! At Google’s live stream of Stadia Connect today, they announced a critical piece of information: Google Stadia will offer their premium game streaming service, Stadia Pro, for a mere $9.99 per month—that’s half the price of Sony’s Playstation Now plan, and by
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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In recent years, game streaming services (such as PlayStation Now and GeForce Now) have been met with a relatively poor reception. Users have complained of issues with the latency of the systems and frequent occurrences of lag. The pricing of these systems has left many players feeling disappointed, too, with PlayStation Now costing $20 per month despite it only being available on the PlayStation 4 and Windows 10 devices. Stadia already has a leg up on the other existing streaming services due to it being able to run on multiple different devices, though Google is yet to confirm whether it
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
It isn’t going to be necessary to have the controller to use Stadia’s service, and Google have so far assured people that you can use any controller that you already own to use the service. However, the Stadia controller is designed to unlock the next level of gameplay features. It will also run over WiFi instead of bluetooth, the preferred choice of Xbox, which will give it a slight edge in latency. One of the features of the Stadia controller which we already know about is the Google Assistant, an integrated service which offers game help on-demand and can trigger