Google’s video-game streaming service, Google Stadia, will start rolling out in November, the company declared Thursday on a YouTube live stream.
Countries/ Launch Date
The launch date for Google’s game-streaming system is coming November in the following countries: Belgium, Finland, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, and the USA.
Service you will get:
You will get two types of service, first one Stadia Base and Stadia Pro. Stadia Base is free, and Stadia Pro cost $9.99 per month. The significant difference between both plans is to build quality, gaming frame rates, games buying options, and many other additional features.
If you are selecting a gaming console, it become way more difficult because you should decide which games are available, in the beginning, Google Stadia provide 31 different games which include these following:Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Doom Eternal, Doom (2016), Rage 2, The Elder Scrolls Online, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Destiny 2, Get Packed, Grid, Metro Exodus, Thumper, Farming Simulator 19, Baldur’s Gate III, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, Football Manager, Samurai Shodown, Final Fantasy XV, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, NBA 2K, Borderlands 3, Gylt, Mortal Kombat 11, Darksiders Genesis, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, Just Dance, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, Trials Rising, and The Crew.
Frame Rates/ Price and Internet Speed
Google Stadia, build for live streaming, and if you need good streaming health, you need to know how much internet speed required for good quality stream.
- For 720P, you will need minimum 10MBPS of internet speed on an excellent streaming experience.
- For 1080P, you will need minimum 20MBPS of internet speed on an excellent streaming experience.
- For 4K, you will need minimum 35MBPS of internet speed on an excellent streaming experience.
The price of Google stadia will start from$69, and colors are Just Black, Clearly White, and Wasabi. Google is only releasing a limited version of the system in November, however. Stadia will work on TVs with a Chromecast dongle or Chromecast support at launch. Those on computers or mobile devices are out of luck until 2020.
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