Google Stadia News
Google Stadia's upcoming update might bring touchscreen support, Android TV app and more: Report
Google Stadia on Android TV is likely to allow users to create multiple profiles.
Google Stadia to bring 100 games including Half-Genie Hero Ultimate Edition, Fifa 21, Hellpoint and more in 2021
Stadia will also get games such as the Riders Republic, Far Cry 6, and Hello Engineer later this year.
Google to close the internal studio tasked to develop games for Stadia gaming service
Google shuttering the internal studio raises questions about the future of the Stadia service itself.
CES 2021: LG's 2021 TVs will natively support Stadia, GeForce Now support to be integrated later
part from its game directory of over 130 games, users will be able to purchase games individually or get a subscription to Stadia Pro.
Google Stadia users will now be able to livestream directly to YouTube
Users will reportedly need to tap the 'Stream directly to YouTube' button under the Livestream option in Stadia's friends menu.
Cyberpunk 2077 scheduled to release on 10 December: Everything we know so far
The exciting feature about Cyberpunk 2077 is that you can make deals with sleazy fixers, desperate celebrities and renegade artificial intelligence.
Google Stadia to add six new games including Into the Breach, Hitman 2 and more to Stadia Pro on 1 December
Players can claim all six of the games in December and keep them for as long as they remain a member of Stadia Pro.
Google Stadia will get 400 new games in 2021 or later, confirms Stadia's director of games
Stadia's Buser says his team has nearly finished planning for 2021 and is focused more on mapping out 2022.
Google Stadia to get Ubisoft titles like Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6, Watch Dogs: Legion this month
Ubisoft announced that several Ubisoft games are going to come to Stadia, starting this October.
AMD's Ryzen 5000 processors to come with free copy of Far Cry 6 starting 5 November
Buyers will get a digital download of Far Cry 6, along with bonus in-game items when it releases on 18 February 2021.
Amazon announces new Stadia-like gaming service called Luna, Luna controller also announced
Amazon Luna will not offer individual titles in a subscription package, instead, its users will have to subscribe to different channels set up by game publishers.
Stadia, xCloud, other cloud gaming services violate App Store guidelines, says Apple
Microsoft claims that Apple uses more stringent rules for non-gaming apps.
Microsoft's game streaming tech, Project xCloud, to be launched on 15 September
Using the Porject xCloud gamers will be able to play over 100 games on their Android phones and tablets vis the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Ubisoft Forward, an E3-style showcase, to be held on 12 July: Here's what to expect
Ubisoft has not revealed yet about the games that it ill be released at the event.
Google Stadia's game controller will no longer have to be plugged into a computer, laptop to play online
The wireless linking requires that both the Stadia Controller and the device gamers want to play on are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Google Stadia Connect livestream to be held today at 9.30 pm IST: What to expect, how to catch it live
Stadia Connect comes eight months after the event in August last year when Google unveiled seven titles
New Google Search feature will let users add movies and TV shows to a watchlist
To use this feature, one must browse through personalised recommendations by searching for “what to watch.”
Google Stadia's mobile app crosses 1 million installs globally since it offered free two months access
Stadia Pro, otherwise costs $9.99 a month and offers access to games such as GRID and Destiny 2: The Collection in 4K resolution.
Google has announced that it will give two months free access to the paid version of Stadia
Users can access Stadia by downloading the app on their iOS or Android phones or by signing up on its website.
GeForce NOW: Nvidia opens memberships for its cloud-based gaming streaming service
Cloud gaming is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years, with giants like Google, Microsoft and Nvidia coming into the fold.