Google Stadia has pocketed a massive games collection. This puts the popular and classical PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, as well as PC gaming on notice.
The new platform is scheduled to be released in November of this year and will pack streaming of an incredibly large selection of renown games via a Chrome browser. Once it launches, Stadia will only be accessible through the Founders Edition, which comes with an approximate price tag of $150, and comes with a Chromecast device and Stadia controller.
Chromecast will allow Stadia users to run games on their TVs, and the Founders set also offers three months of access to Stadia Pro. This provides users with 4K game streaming for $10 per month, but for the ones wanting to play games in 1080p, the Stadia Base will be free starting with next year. Stadia Base will launch in 2020, will be free to access, and will allow gamers stream titles to Google devices, such as Chrome, Chromecast, and Pixel smartphones.
Games will have to be purchased individually, but by using the cloud, the need to buy a console or a top-of-the-edge PC to play games properly falls out of the discussion. A highly anticipated game that is set to launch next year has already been confirmed to come to Google Stadia is Cyberpunk 2007. The unveiling has been made during Stadia Connect broadcast that was released before the Gamescom 2019 event.
It seems that Cyberpunk 2077 will probably be the most technically advanced game of this time. A lot of PC owners might see themselves needed to upgrade their graphics cards for the launch of CD Projekt Red’s upcoming title.
However, we still have to see if the game ends up being the title that will make gamers move from the classical consoles and PCs to Google Stadia.