The Google Stadia prices seem pretty affordable and its clear that company is aiming to get players onboard and in its ecosystem, where they can then spend more money on additional games and services later. I suppose you could make the argument that Google is looking to bottleneck the number of users in the early days of the service so that a flood of people doesn't bring Stadia crashing down, but in the end, this is still Google we're talking about. A Stadia Pro subscription will offer "discounts" to purchase games to stream over the service, according to Google's website.
This is the very beginning of a new service from Google. Harrison says that the highest-quality content, running at full 4K resolution, will require a connection of 35mbps or higher, but that 1080p streams will be accessible to users with a 10mbps broadband connection.
Essentially with Stadia, you're "renting" a virtual console with the Stadia service but there is a huge benefit: The ability to play your games on almost any device as long as you have an internet connection. Of course, this wasn't officially covered in the Stadia Connect, so we'll have to wait and see where Google goes from here.
The other big catch is Stadia's rollout will be limited to consumers who buy a special "Founder's Edition" package for $129, which gives you three months of access to Stadia and a custom controller.
La Press reports that when the Stadia launches in November 2019, it will offer a subscription at CA$11 in Canada (roughly $9, £7 or AU$11) per month. Stadia will have 31 games at launch (listed below).
The first details we learned was the launch library of Stadia - and the first title we learned about was the previously-rumored Baldur's Gate III and Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.
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You still have to pay for games that you can only play online Using Stadia, every game is an online-only game even if it's singleplayer.
"One of the good parts about Stadia is you find out about games in a lot of different ways", he says.
Google plans to expand the service to other countries and regions in 2020. You also get first dibs on your Stadia name. Microsoft is also working on a streaming service called Project xCloud.