• Introducing Stadia from Google

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    The future of gaming has arrived. A new playground for every imagination. Introducing Stadia, an all-new gaming platform powered by the best of Google.
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  • Google Announces New Gaming Platform Named Stadia: Here Is What it Can Do

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    As teased for basically a whole month, Google is hosting its keynote at the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, and the tech giant just announced a new platform named Stadia.
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  • 'No console required': Google unveils streaming game platform, 'Stadia'

    'No console required': Google unveils streaming game platform, 'Stadia'

    2 monthes ago - By Gamasutra

    At GDC 2019 this morning, Google detailed its long-awaited streaming game platform, dubbed Stadia. ...
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  • Google's Gaming Platform Stadia Announced

    2 monthes ago - By IGN

    Google has unveiled its new gaming initiative, Stadia.
    The first teaser trailer for Stadia also revealed a look at Google's Stadia controller. Google intends Stadia and its features to be supported on desktops, laptops, TV, tablets, and phones. Harrison specifically said there is no console involved in this process.
    Stadia is aiming to stream games at launch in 4K at 60 fps for both playing games and sharing game streams, with goals of eventually supporting 8K and 120+ fps. Among its boasts about the power of Stadia, Google confirmed Stadia is more powerful than the PS4 and Xbox One combined .
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  • Google Announces Gaming Partnerships With 3rd Party Companies Including Ubisoft, Id

    2 monthes ago - By IGN

    Google has announced some its partners for its new Stadia gaming platform, and on board are such companies as id Software with Doom Eternal and Ubisoft with Assassin's Creed.
    Announced alongside the reveal of Stadia and its controller, Ubisoft's CEO Yves Guillemot and ececutive producer of id Software Marty Stratton took the stage to help announce their partnerships with Google.
    id Software's Marty Stratton announced that Doom Eternal will run on Stadia at full 4K and with 60fps.
    Ubisoft, who has already been working with google on bringing Asassin's Creed Odyssey via Project Stream...
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  • Google Announces Stadia, A Powerful New Game Streaming Service

    Google Announces Stadia, A Powerful New Game Streaming Service

    2 monthes ago - By GameInformer

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai admits he's not a big gamer, but he's got big plans for gamers around the world. Today Google revealed its new game streaming platform, Stadia, with a stated goal to bring the best games to everyone in the world. "When we say for everyone, we really mean it. It's one of our most cherished values at the company," Pichai says.
    Here's everything we know about the platform right now.
    How Powerful Is Stadia?
    The Google data center network powering Stadia covers 19 regions, 58 zones, and 200-plus countries and territories, bringing the 4K, 60-fps games to 2 billion...
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  • Google Announces "Stadia" Cloud Gaming Platform

    Google Announces "Stadia" Cloud Gaming Platform

    2 monthes ago - By GameSpot

    Google has often given talks at the Game Developers Conference, but this year it sent out invites making it clear it had bigger plans in mind. At its special presentation today, the company outlined its plans for a video game streaming service called Stadia, offering games on demand. The platform aims to bring together playing, spectating, and developing games onto a single platform. As an example, you could view Assassin's Creed Odyssey on YouTube and then begin playing it through streaming in "as little as five seconds." Google VP Phil Harrison promised the technology will work across...
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  • Here's Google's Stadia Video Game Controller

    Here's Google's Stadia Video Game Controller

    2 monthes ago - By GameSpot

    At the Game Developers Conference, Google unveiled its vision for the future of video games: a cloud streaming service called Stadia that gives instant access to play games across Chromebooks, smartphones, tablets, and TVs. While it will be compatible with keyboards and other input devices, Google will also release its own proprietary Stadia controller, and now we know how it looks. The Stadia controller was shown off in three different color schemes. It connects to Google's servers through Wi-Fi, and it identifies what screen you want to play on. In addition to the standard array of...
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  • Google Stadia is the future of game-streaming

    Google Stadia is the future of game-streaming

    2 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Google has just lifted the curtain on a new game-streaming service called Stadia at the Game Developers Conference that's being held in San Francisco this week. Unlike services already on the market, Google's game-streaming service will work on any screen including desktops, laptops, TVs, phones and tablets. There's also going to be a heavy emphasis on integrating streaming services like Twitch to create a single unified gaming experience. What do you need to get started? If you're playing on PC, all you'll need is an internet connection to achieve a 60fps/1080p experience - though it's...
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  • Google reveals gaming platform Stadia

    2 monthes ago - By BBC

    The new digital platform will stream games and has its own controller
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  • Google's New Game Streaming Platform Is Called Stadia, And It's Not A Console

    2 monthes ago - By Forbes


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  • Doom Eternal is coming to Google's cloud gaming service, Stadia

    Doom Eternal is coming to Google's cloud gaming service, Stadia

    2 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Google unveiled its “vision for the future of gaming” today, a cloud gaming service called Stadia. First up among games for the service will be id Software's Doom Eternal , an upcoming first-person shooter.
    Developing...
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  • Google built a controller for its Stadia gaming service

    2 monthes ago - By Engadget

    Google is backing up its new Stadia game streaming service with some honest-to-goodness hardware - but not a box. The internet giant has unveiled a gamepad built with Stadia in mind, and it borrows a few cues from its earlier design patent. The wi...
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  • Google's new Stadia game controller has a few tricks up it sleeves

    Google's new Stadia game controller has a few tricks up it sleeves

    2 monthes ago - By TechCrunch

    Google's Stadia game-streaming platform works on a number of screens, but Google wants to give you a controller to take on all of these displays. Sure, you can use your regular keyboard and mouse or a third-party controller but Google has also opted to showcasing their own Stadia controller.
    It's not just a pretty look, Google's controller connects to WiFi directly rather than your device to reduce latency in input. You'll also see a couple of other interesting things on the controller, namely a capture button that lets gamers share their experiences to YouTube or their friends. Thant's...
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  • Google Stadia explained: Cloud as console

    Google Stadia explained: Cloud as console

    2 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    The Google Stadia announcement showed a unique sort of gaming platform where gamers, developers, and streamers are combined. Their wants and needs are all in the mix, and YouTube is also onboard. This is streaming high fidelity AAA games to any Chrome web browser instance, even with low latency. This is the continuation of Project Stream, and...
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  • Google Announces Stadia Gaming Platform

    2 monthes ago - By Tom's Hardware

    Google made waves at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco with a gaming announcement of its own.
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  • Google unveils ‘Stadia' online gaming service

    Google unveils ‘Stadia' online gaming service

    2 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    Google's “future of gaming” is here and it's a streaming service that allows players from around the world to play graphically intense triple AAA games on Google's Chrome browser. On Tuesday, Google announced Stadia at the 2019 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, California. Google CEO Sundar Pichai stressed that with Stadia Google is building “building a game platform for everyone.” Sundar said one of Google's goals was to create a platform that would make the consumption of a game as easy as clicking on a web link. Google's Phil's Harrison noted that a major part of the platform...
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  • Google announces Stadia video game service

    2 monthes ago - By Reuters

    Alphabet Inc's Google announced on Tuesday a video game streaming service dubbed Stadia that attempts to capitalize on the company's cloud technology and global network of data centers.
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  • Google unveils Stadia cloud gaming service

    Google unveils Stadia cloud gaming service

    2 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Google is launching its Stadia cloud gaming service at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who says he plays FIFA 19 “quite a bit,” introduced the Stadia service during a special keynote at GDC this morning. Describing it as a platform for everyone, Pichai talked up Google's ambitions to stream games to all types of devices.
    Phil Harrison, a former Sony and Microsoft executive, joined Pichai on stage to fully unveil Stadia in his role at Google. Harrison says Google will amplify this game streaming service by using YouTube and the many creators that...
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