Chromebooks get three months of free Stadia Pro, more perks

With a vision to take Stadia to the next horizon and boost the adoption of Chrome OS, Google is bringing exclusive perks for Chromebooks. Those who have purchased a Chromebook launched on or after June 2017 are eligible for this exclusive offer. For starters, the offer brings three months of free Stadia Pro Trial to […]

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Stadia partners with five developer studios for exclusive titles

Google commenced the second Stadia Connect livestream event of 2020 which mostly had the new gaming titles coming to the cloud platform. There were 16 new games revealed at the event, out of which five are Stadia exclusives. Google announced that the developers working to create Stadia only games are Splash Damage, Harmonix (Rock Band […]

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Google Stadia Controller now works wirelessly with Android phones

Google Stadia has been making gradual progress, rolling out updates to make the service seamless. One irk that Android users were living with for a long time – the lack of wireless connectivity with the Stadia controller has finally been addressed. Promised at the time of launch, Google has brought wireless connectivity option for android […]

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Android TV with low-latency gaming mode could be for Stadia

Android TV and Stadia integration will happen sooner than soon as we’ve been learning related information. Google has been working on the two, improving the platforms separately, so someday, they will work seamlessly. If you may remember last year, we told you that Stadia could work with Android 11. Google Stadia on Android TV is […]

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Google Stadia supports more phones, adds mobile touch controls

Google Stadia entered the market with a lot of potentials. Google’s newest gaming platform has been around since last year. It’s not exactly perfect right now but we know the tech giant has been working on improvements and fixes. Less than two weeks ago, we reported that Stadia 2.19 APK hinted at non-certified phone support […]

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Stadia 2.19 APK hints at non-certified phone support, touch controls

Google Stadia is gaining popularity with each passing day and gamers are curious to know when their devices will get support for the cloud gaming service. Currently, only Pixel phones and select devices from Samsung, OnePlus, Asus, and Razer are compatible. Now it looks as if Google is prepping for more devices to be rolled […]

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Stadia, Google annonce du 1440p et deux nouveaux jeux

Service de streaming de jeu vidéo Stadia de Google Auteur : Jérôme Gianoli Dans Gaming, Jeux video 28/05/2020 Google enrichit les options proposées par son service de streaming de jeu vidéo Stadia. Désormais une définition de 2560 x 1440 pixels est possible. Cette annonce est la bienvenue. Avec la diffusion des jeux sur Chrome à […]

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Stadia wireless controller support for PC rolls out w/ more free titles

Stadia is making remarkable progress in extending support across multiple platforms to give gamers more reasons to stay glued. Followed by 5.1 surround sound support for web and extending the game for Android phones, Google has made it possible to connect Stadia wireless controller over Wi-Fi to play games on PC. Exciting news for gamers […]

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Stadia’s 4K TV support, Google Assistant integration discovered

Google is going all guns blazing with its cloud-based gaming platform Stadia which is improving by the day. This gives Stadia a strategic advantage over Microsoft xCloud and Nvidia GeForce NOW. Already the platform is rolling out support for Android smartphones -expanding its functionality and the available game catalog. Now Stadia can be launched from […]

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Stadia integration for OnePlus 8 series confirmed

Google is making good progress adding more phones to the list of Stadia compatible devices and now OnePlus 8 series joins the list. Before this, the cloud gaming service was available on devices including Pixel series phones, Samsung Galaxy phones, Razer Phone series, and the gaming-centric ROG Phone 2. This goes in line with the […]

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Stadia on phone sans physical controller, thanks to Cloverplay app

Google is taking the lockdown time very strategically to position its Stadia platform as one of the best cloud-gaming options currently and moving into the future too. Recently free two months subscription and bundle of other updates were announced to enhance the gaming experience. Now for gamers who want to enjoy Stadia tiles but do […]

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Stadia 2.10 Android app will finally bring wireless controller support

Stadia’s promise of gaming on any device has yet to truly be fulfilled in its entirety. While you can indeed play games on your smartphone, the experience is still sub-par compared to Google’s blessed Chromecast-based configuration, especially when the Stadia Controller is involved. Google did promise that it will be fixing that soon and it […]

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