It’s that time of year! We’re just days away from Google’s much anticipated event, Made by Google 2019. On October 15, 2019, Google takes the stage once again in New York City to showcase the latest gear, gadgets and hardware they’ve been working on! This year, of course, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are highly anticipated! Google teased the event with this image, leaving a lot to be desired: “Come see a few new things Made by Google.” Will We See Stadia at Made by Google 2019? Yes, yes, that’s great, but what about Stadia?! While nothing has
Hey everyone, this was too good not to share! According to some users on Reddit, when attempting to purchase the just-released Wasabi controller earlier today on the Google Canada store, a possible Google Stadia release date may have been revealed! Here’s an image revealing a ship date for the controller (and therefore, Stadia?) on the Google Canada store: Does this mean that we’ll see a Stadia release in early November? We were calling for 11/11, however what do you think? Comment below! Spread the Love. Give this & ShareSTADIA a SHARE!
One of the most underrated aspects of Google Stadia lies within one of the most important core components — the Stadia controller. Everyone wants to know how it will work, what requirements players will need to consider, and how they can play it as easy as Google advertises. Google has a lot of ground to cover as far as giving those who are interested and those who have adopted (Founder’s Edition) when it comes to information regarding Stadia. Show Me What You Got The one thing that Google doesn’t have much to answer for, is the only reliable agent we
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
The Unity Game Engine is favoured among the gaming community as an easy and efficient way to build a game. It was officially announced for the very first time way back in 2005, and at the time it was only supporting one platform: the OS X. Since then, the software has grown and expanded so that it is now capable of supporting 27 different platforms. Wait, stop right there. Scratch that last, because there is to be a new kid on the Unity Gaming block. You guessed it. Google Stadia. If we skip back in time to the GDC, at
Google Stadia Split Screen has been Confirmed! The announcement of Stadia at the GDC was well over a week ago now, but a lot of the gaming community’s attention has been focused on concerns surrounding the nature of a cloud-based gaming system. However, there has been less attention given to the features that Stadia actually has to offer. One such feature which has been unfairly ignored is Google Stadia Split Screen. According to Erin Hoffman-John, lead researcher for Google Stadia, split-screen gaming has been largely ignored due to the processing power requirements needed to run two different games concurrently. Of