Google Stadia: Price, launch countries, launch titles and all you need to know!
Google Stadia: Users can access the console-free Google Stadia gaming system through Google’s Chrome browser on their computers, laptops, TVs and tablets. Know more about it here.
Google Stadia: Google Stadia, Google’s new cloud-based game streaming service has been launched in 14 countries across the globe. The game has been launched with 22 launch titles and it can be accessed through Chrome browser. Google Stadia was launched on November 20, 2019.
Google Stadia has been launched in countries including the US, the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Belgium, Finland, Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Sweden. Google plans to launch the game in more countries by 2020.
Google has not given any specific timeline for the game’s launch in India.
Google Stadia price
Currently, Google Stadia is only available in its Pro tier, which is priced at $10. Google plans to introduce free tier by 2020, which will include game streaming at 1080p resolution, 60 fps and stereo sound. The Pro tier will include 4K resolution with HDR quality, 60 fps and 5.1 surround sound.
Google Stadia launch titles
Google stadia includes the following 22 launch titles:
1. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
2. Tomb Raider
3. Rise of the Tomb Raider
4. Shadow of the Tomb Raider
5. Mortal Kombat 11
6. Samurai Shodown
7. Final Fantasy XV
8. Attack on Titan: Final Battle 2
9. Red Dead Redemption 2
10. Football Manager 2020
11. NBA 2K20
12. Destiny 2: The Collection
13. Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
14. Just Dance 2020
16. Grid 2019
18. Rage 2
19. Trials Rising
21. Metro Exodus
22. Farming Simulator 2019
Google Stadia: All questions answered
How to access Google Stadia?
Users can access the console-free Google Stadia gaming system through Google’s Chrome browser on their computers, laptops, TVs and tablets.
How much will Google Stadia cost?
Google Stadia game service will cost $10 a month. However, most games carry a separate fee of their own. The game service is currently available to only those who have subscribed for a $130 bundle that includes a three-month subscription.
Which phones will support Google Stadia?
Currently, Google Stadia is only available on Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a line. Google is planning to bring out more phones that will support the game. The game will not work on phones with Android and iOS operative system.
What are the basic requirements to access Google Stadia?
Users require at least 720p display, 60 fps, stereo sound and 10Mbps of internet speed to access Google stadia game service. Google recommends 4K display, 60 fps support, 5.1 surround sound and a bandwidth of at least 35Mbps to get the best gaming experience.
How much internet speed will be required to access Google Stadia?
The minimum internet speed required to access Google Stadia is 10 Mbps. It would, however, work best with an internet speed of 35Mbps or more.
Is it necessary to buy the Google Stadia controller?
While the Google Stadia controller is not a necessity to access the service, as the game supports most HID controllers available, it will benefit the gaming experience for the gamers as it will connect directly to Google’s Stadia servers and not through the device used to stream the game. The Google Stadia controller is available for purchase separately at $70.
Google Stadia has how many games?
Google Stadia offers a total of 22 launch titles. Besides them, Google Stadia also includes games like Darksiders Genesis, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Doom Eternal, Cyberpunk 2077, Baldur’s Gate 3, Borderlands 3 and Watch Dogs Legion.
Google Stadia has been launched in how many countries?
Google Stadia has been currently launched in 14 countries- the US, the UK, France, Germany, Canada, Denmark, Belgium, Finland, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Ireland, Italy and Norway.
When will Google Stadia be launched in India?
Google has not yet shared any information regarding Google Stadia’s launch in India.
Google had announced its plan to launch Google Stadia during the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019 in San Francisco in March 2019.
The cloud-based game streaming service will allow gamers to play games online without consoles and without downloading.