Game over pour Google Stadia

Image : Google. Trois ans seulement après son lancement, Google met fin à sa plateforme de jeux vidéo en streaming Stadia. La plateforme « n’a pas eu le succès escompté auprès des utilisateurs », écrit Phil Harrison, directeur général de Stadia, dans un billet de blog. Si vous avez acheté du matériel Stadia par le biais de la […]

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Google will shut down Stadia on January 18, 2023

Google has announced that it is winding down its game streaming service Stadia. The service will be shut down for good on January 18, 2023. Google will be refunding all hardware and software purchases to users. Anyone who purchased the Stadia controller will get a refund, as well as for any game and add-on content […]

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Google is retiring Stadia, and not just from the Samsung Gaming Hub

Stadia is joining Google’s long list of services that the company has discontinued over the years. Google announced today that it is pulling the plug on its cloud-based gaming service, Stadia. Samsung smart TV customers who access Stadia through the Gaming Hub will have until the beginning of 2023 to get as much value as […]

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Google Shutting Down Stadia Cloud Gaming Platform

Google today announced that it is shutting down its Stadia cloud gaming service, with access set to end in mid-January 2023. Google will be providing refunds for all hardware purchases, all game purchases, and all purchases of in-app add-on content made through the Stadia store. Stadia was not able to gain the traction with users […]

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You can now stream Google Stadia games at 1440p resolution

Google Stadia is among the most popular cloud game streaming platforms in the world, and it is available on Samsung devices, including laptops, smartphones, tablets, and TVs. It offers gaming in Full HD and 4K resolution, but it is now starting to roll out support for QHD (1440p) streaming. Although the game streaming service already […]

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Samsung smart TV owners may have to wait a bit longer for Stadia and GeForce Now

Previously, it was revealed that the “Gaming Hub” on Samsung’s upcoming line of smart TVs would be able to run popular cloud gaming services such as Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now. The functionality was slated to roll out soon-ish, with no concrete release date set. Now, we may have to wait a while longer. […]

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Windows PC games could be on the way to Google Stadia

Google may soon unveil a way for game developers to get unmodified Windows games running on Stadia. According to details of an upcoming session from the Google for Games Developer Summit, the company will share its technical process for getting Windows games to run on Stadia. This could clear the way for developers to replicate […]

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Stadia Pro to get Darksiders 3, Bloodstained and more titles in 2022

New year is on the horizon and the perfect opportunity for Google to bestow its loyal Stadia members with new and exclusive titles to enjoy. As a month ender ritual, Stadia is due for a fresh announcement pertaining to the titles and vital inclusions coming to the platform. New Year makes this announcement extra special, […]

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Google extends Stadia support to LG Smart TVs in 22 countries

Google Stadia players with access to LG Smart TVs have interesting news coming their way. The LG Smart TV running webOS 5.0 and webOS 6.0 can now download the game service on their television sets. This support has been extended to LG Smart TV users in 22 countries where Stadia is currently available. Native support […]

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Stadia for Android may get improved search and stream spectating

It’s the start of a new month and the predictable time for Stadia updates and news to flow in from Google. In the latest development, Stadia is prepping some new features for the Android platform to bring more to the table for gamers. This comes courtesy the freshly ousted Stadia 3.44 update via Google Play […]

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Dolby surround sound may be coming to Stadia, limited to Chromecast

Google has been rolling out a number of updates for the Stadia. The gaming system will soon allow integration with Android TV. It now lets phone to be used as virtual gamepad with TV. A couple of months ago,more Samsung phones and tablets officially received Stadia support. Another round of updates is ready and it […]

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Playability Tips and Stadia controller integration with Android TV likely

Stadia has been steadily growing its strength and Android TV support is strong evidence of the fact. A slew of fresh features for the platform have rolled in recently, the likes of Stadia Controller support and the official Stadia app for the Android TV. Apparently, Stadia 3.38 is rolling out for Android devices in the […]

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Stadia Premiere Edition hardware comes free with select titles

To boost its presence even further amid gamers, Google is now giving away the Stadia Premiere Edition kit with select regular titles. This bundle apparently includes the Chromecast Ultra and Stadia controller. To be eligible for the offer, the gaming title needs to be priced at $59.99 or above. The deal is limited until 11:59 […]

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Google Stadia lets phone to be used as virtual gamepad with TV

Adding to the list of ways to create far and wider adoption of Stadia, Google is rolling out a way for TV-bound gamers – without a game controller – to connect their phones and use the latter as virtual gamepad. The game streaming service is already very flexible when it comes to facilitating gamers to […]

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Google Stadia officially supports more Samsung phones and tablets

Google Stadia game streaming service is steadily gaming traction since you can play it on a range of gamepads, Google TVs, computers and mobile devices. Stadia initially supported browsers (Chrome in particular), Chromecast Ultra and Google Pixel devices. Over time, the official support for smartphones has only increased. Some Samsung smartphones already support the game […]

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Stadia brings direct touch controls to Android with HUMANKIND

We’ve all got used to playing Stadia games using a Bluetooth controller or gamepad overlay, and that is now set to change. The Amplitude Studios 4x turn-based strategy title HUMANKIND is going to be released tomorrow, will come with a new control method – for Android and then later on for iOS. This will be […]

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New titles on Stadia, Android TV app arrives but not yet functional

The first-ever sports title coming to any cloud gaming platform is the Madden NFL 2022. Yes, the popular franchise originally developed by EA Tiburon for EA Sports is all set to entertain Stadia users as they can pre-order it right away from the store for $59.99. Players will get the chance to play with friends […]

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AT&T offers six month free Stadia Pro to 5G and fiber internet users

Just recently Google announced the long-awaited expansion to Google TV and Android TV. Now, they have revealed a new partnership with AT&T to bring an irresistible Stadia deal to cloud gaming enthusiasts. The select AT&T customers will get free access to Stadia Pro for a period of six months. Both Google and AT&T are going […]

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Chromecast with Google TV finally gets Stadia support

It’s been around 18 months since Google Stadia first burst into the scene and it already supports phones, web, tablets and even the Chromecast Ultra. Now, in a major development, Stadia will bring the leading game streaming to more devices. Google has announced the availability of the gaming platform on Chromecast with Google TV, which […]

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