The tech giant provides us with more details about the service that guarantees live streaming (almost) on any device you own
The announcement of the pair of new Pixel devices was accompanied by other interesting details - including the direct streaming platform for gaming from home Google A monthly fee that meets there Stadia.
Even before, we received a declaration that the service will officially go on air during November, and now we have the exact day for the event - starting on Tuesday, November 19, consumers in a limited number of countries (Israel not among them, sadly) will be able to access the online gaming library and start Play at a single moment, without downloads and without installs and regardless of the processing power available on the same device they use, but only depending on its ability to provide a proper and stable connection to Network the Internet. OnLive is resurrected - with an infinitely large technological backing designed to ensure that this time the venture meets expectations.
Fresh video uploaded to official YouTube channel Google Listing some more of Stadia's anticipated capabilities as it launches, with a library of several dozen great and up-to-date titles, a dedicated game controller that is also directly linked to Cloud's platform Google (To minimize stay times) and two economic monthly payment models to access this world.
According to the recent video, Stadia can be accessed from a browser on any desktop or laptop computer (most likely Windows And Chrome OS will be supported as we are hopeful that both Linux and MacOS users will enjoy it as well) and a limited number of Tablets And "select" smartphones using application Dedicated - When on the stage itself, we received confirmation that thepixel 4 andpixel 4 XL will be the first to support this. An interesting launch gift for the fresh duo.
The Stadia game controller sold separately for 70 dollars is set as the best way to enjoy live streaming gaming, though Stadia will support other game controllers and keyboards and mice if consumers prefer them - but it's worth noting that the service does not support the "Play as You Can" method Other non-streaming services: The free Stadia Basic scale will offer FullHD streaming at up to 60 frames per second and the Stadia Pro monthly fee of $ 10 will offer maximum quality with streaming up to 4k 60 frames per second and with support forHDR, But in both cases the purchase of the games themselves will be required separately in the service's online store, even when the user has already purchased the exact same title in another store in the past.
The Stadia Pro rank will be similar to the premium services on Sony and Microsoft consoles and will offer certain free games every month to its subscribers - but that still doesn't stop the offer from Google Feel significantly valuable in relation to services like Xbox Game Pass or Origin Access that provides full access to the latest titles' libraries for a reasonable monthly fee, with no additional payment required for each game and game.
Is this really the future of gaming, or is it another promise that will crash because of obvious artificial limitations and an insufficiently competitive business model? Welcome everyone to share your point of view in the comments.