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  1. Google Stadia has figured out a way to ditch the fancy gamepad for TV play You won’t need a $69 controller for your $50 Chromecast Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Today, there’s only one official way to play Google’s Stadia game streaming service on your 4K TV — the last-gen Chromecast Ultra, connected to the company’s proprietary Stadia Controller over Wi-Fi. That’s because Google hasn’t yet brought Stadia to the new-and-improved $50 Chromecast, and its predecessor didn’t support Bluetooth, meaning the only way to pair a controller was to l
  2. Stadia product head John Justice has left Google Google is a sprawling company with 139,995 employees as of the first quarter of 2021. Recent personnel changes have seen new executives lead Assistant, News/Discover, Search, and Payments, while there have also been a handful of high-profile departures. One of those includes Stadia product head John Justice. The Information today reported that Vice President and Head of Product at Stadia John Justice recently left the company. Justice joined at the start of 2019, but has yet to update LinkedIn to confirm the
  3. Google hit with class-action lawsuit over Stadia's 4K gaming claims id Software and Bungie are also being sued In context: Remember the run-up to Stadia's launch when it promised all games would run in 4K at 60fps? That never panned out, and some people allege that these claims were misleading, made to increase its subscriber numbers. Now, a class-action lawsuit has been launched against the Google. In a 42-page breach-of-contract lawsuit filed in the Eastern Court District of New York against Google, Bungie, and id Software, it's stated that Google "g
  4. Google Stadia Shuts Down Internal Studios, Changing Business Focus Screenshot: Google Google Stadia, the late 2019 streaming platform that promised to revolutionize gaming by letting users stream games without needing to own a powerful PC or console, is altering course, getting out of the game-making business and will now offer its platform directly to game publishers alongside offering Stadia Pro to the public. The company is announcing the news today, though Kotaku began to hear rumblings from sources close to Stadia last week that Google’s service w
  5. Outriders will get same-day release on Stadia, as pre-orders open Square Enix has announced that Outriders, the latest game from People Can Fly, will release on Stadia on April 1, the same date as other platforms. For almost as long as Outriders has been known to be coming to Stadia, the RPG-shooter has been slated as arriving “later in 2021” rather than having a same-day release. This remained the case even after Outriders was delayed from a February launch to April. Today, Square Enix has confirmed that the Stadia version of Outriders will in
  6. Google Stadia game streaming service adding over 100 games in 2021 Today Google announced that their newest round of games readied for Stadia will be among “more than 100 games” that’ll be added to the platform in the year 2021. Per Google, more than 100 games will be added to the Stadia store “in 2021”. This doesn’t necessarily mean that all the games will be strictly 100% new to the world, but they’ll certainly be new to Stadia. Today Google also featured a set of 7 new games that’ll be appearing on Google Stadia soon. They include Hellpoint from Cradle Ga
  7. Chromebooks now launch with Stadia pre-installed Chromebooks have become increasingly popular over the past several months as people adopt remote learning and work from home environments. While these devices are great for getting work done, they’re also perfect for playing Stadia, Google’s video game streaming service. Speaking of which, the Made By Google Twitter account announced that new Chromebooks launch with Stadia pre-installed. Did you know Chromebooks now come with @GoogleStadia already installed? Start playing games without waiting for
  8. How to export & download your game saves from Google Stadia While Stadia allows you to play games on nearly every screen, some may wish to switch to a local gaming device, perhaps for improved graphics or to remove the potential for network issues. Here’s how you can export and download your game saves from your Stadia account to use on Steam or Epic Games on PC/Mac. Like every other app or service offered by Google, you’re freely allowed to export your data from Stadia using Google Takeout. Here’s a quick rundown of how to use Google Takeout to down
  9. Google Stadia support is coming to LG's 2021 TVs Game streaming is going more mainstream. The Google Stadia controller. Sarah Tew/CNET Game streaming has been slowly growing in recent years with the launches of Nvidia's GeForce Now, Google's Stadia, Microsoft's xCloud and Amazon's Luna. This year, however, it looks to finally be picking up more steam. At CES 2021, LG announced that some of its 2021 TVs will support apps for playing games from Google Stadia right on the TV. Stadia support is expected to arrive in the second half of the year i
  10. The company will begin testing a mobile Safari version in the coming weeks Google on Thursday announced iOS support for its Stadia cloud gaming service, following in the footsteps of Microsoft in turning to the mobile web to circumvent Apple’s App Store restrictions. Google says it has been building a progressive web app version of Stadia that will run in the mobile version of Apple’s Safari browser, similar to how Microsoft intends to deliver its competing xCloud service on iOS sometime next year. But Google intends to beat Microsoft to the punch with publ
  11. Google Stadia exclusives push potential players to data centers [Updated] Orcs Must Die 3 is the latest title that will require Internet streaming. Enlarge / Artist's rendering of players that aren't interested in game streaming reacting to news that Orcs Must Die 3 is a Stadia exclusive. Robot Entertainment [Update (7:45pm ET): In a "clarification" post on Reddit this evening, Robot Entertainment CEO Patrick Hudson said that Orcs Must Die 3 would be a timed exclusive for Stadia, but the company wouldn't say how long that ti
  12. Google Stadia, the company’s ambitious move into the $43 billion video game market, will launch this November, backed by some of the top publishers in the industry. While Google has not announced an exact date for Stadia’s launch, it did answer many of the lingering questions from its unveiling in March, including pricing, how the subscription model would work, and which game makers are on board with it. Ultimately, Stadia will launch with two tiers—a subscription model and a free model. Initially, though, the only option will be the Stadia Founders Edition, a $12
  13. Red Dead Redemption 2, a game about rootin’ and tootin’, finally has a PC release date. In an announcement this morning, developer Rockstar revealed that the mega-huge cowboy game will come to PCs on November 5th. Until now, players could only experience the story of gritty outlaw Arthur Morgan on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, leaving PC players in a lurch. Red Dead Dead Redemption 2, if you didn’t know, is a prequel to 2010's Red Dead Redemption. It released last year to critical acclaim. Its focus on high-fidelity detail—including horse testicles t
  14. It looks like Torvalds is playing the Uno reverse card. A few days ago, we learned that the Linux kernel might be responsible for performance issues in titles being ported to the Google Stadia game streaming platform, as developer Malte Skarupke detailed in a blog post. Phoronix reported on Sunday that Linux creator Linus Torvalds investigated the matter, however, and said with his characteristic bluntness that Skarupke's report was "pure garbage." The short of it had to do with the way the scheduler deals with spinlocks, and that using them caused long han
  15. Microsoft on Google Stadia: “They don’t have the content” Project xCloud might be one of the most exciting projects coming from Microsoft if you’re a gamer, as many of the high-graphics games you have grown to love on your Xbox One will be playable right on an Android or iOS phone via cloud streaming. Of course, a project like this is bound have some competition, and Google thinks it can join the game streaming party with its upcoming project Stadia that was announced last month. Microsoft and Google have always been stiff competit
  16. Several Ubisoft titles soon landing on Google Stadia Several Ubisoft titles are coming soon to Google’s Stadia gaming platform. The titles include Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, The Crew 2, and Monopoly. Interestingly, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will be the first title to feature both cross-play and cross-progression enabling PC players to link their Uplay account to a Stadia account in order to continue playing where they left off. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is also a notable release due to its inclusion of Stream Connect, a feature that allows y
  17. Google Stadia is getting the Hitman reboot series, Sekiro, and 2K games later this year More titles coming to the cloud gaming service Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Google Stadia is adding more than a dozen new games to its cloud service over the next few months, in addition to five exclusives detailed this morning as part of its Stadia Connect announcement. Among the new additions are IO Interactive’s Hitman reboot series — including both the first game, its sequel, and t
  18. Google Stadia is a lonely place Google’s virtual stadium doesn’t have crowds yet I really like the idea of Stadia. Google’s cloud gaming service was unveiled just a year ago with the promise that the future of gaming isn’t a box under your TV but a place instead. Stadiums have hosted sports for centuries, and Google sold Stadia as a new venue to build a virtual stadium for the future of games that stream to any device you own. It’s supposed to be full of people discovering games from YouTube links or playing along with creators and streamers. Instead, it feels like Google is sti
  19. Doom Eternal won't be 'true 4K' on Google Stadia after all Id Software confirms port will be upscaled to 2160p (Image credit: id Software/Bethesda) Despite id Software’s promising otherwise, this week it has confirmed that Doom Eternal will not deliver a true 4K experience on Google Stadia. In a blog post, Doom Eternal developer id Software confirmed that the Stadia port of the first-person shooter will run at 1080p and 60 fps on HD displays, and will up-sample to 2160p from 1800p at 60 frames per second on 4K displays.
  20. One million people have tried Google Stadia, mobile app estimates suggest But new mobile app downloads already down significantly from early April peak. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all 9+ images. With Google finally offering a totally free tier of Stadia game streaming earlier this month—including a free two-month trial of its expanded Stadia Pro subscription—now seems like a good time to check in on how many people are even interested in trying Google's new experiment in game distribution. Enter mobile analytics firm S
  21. Google Stadia’s free demos could prove the value of game streaming Instant access + “try before you buy” = streaming gaming’s killer feature? First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Last June, Google first revealed that it would be selling individual Stadia streaming games as full-priced à la carte purchases. At the time, we lamented that this old-fashioned business model ignored the service's greatest potential feature: convenience. The value of streaming media is often in
  22. Google Stadia tests 4G and 5G game streaming You have to opt in to an experiment Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge You can now play games on Google’s Stadia cloud gaming service on your Android phone over 4G and 5G connections, though you have to opt in to an “experiment,” Google announced today (via 9to5Google). Since the service’s launch in November 2019, you’ve only been able to play Stadia games on your phone over Wi-Fi — that is, unless you tricked Stadia into playing over a cellular connection by tet
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