While we got our first look at the library of games and the pricing model for Google Stadia during today’s Connect livestream, there are still a lot of questions about the platform. Here are a few bits of information you might have missed about Google Stadia and its Pro subscription.
Yesterday, Google revealed its vision for Stadia, a platform for game players, producers, streamers, and spectators. Paired with it, the company also unveiled a first-party game controller, which didn’t get quite the same spotlight at yesterday’s developer-focused event. Because of this, there’s quite a few things that were easy to miss.
At Made by Google 2019, Google officially announced the launch date for Stadia. The game streaming service is coming on November 19.
Google Stadia is set to launch for those who have pre-ordered the Founder’s Edition bundle in November, and many of us are excited to see what the platform will have to offer. However, the questions begs to be answered, what games will be available on Google Stadia at launch?
PS4 Remote Play support coming to all Android phones later this week
Sony has confirmed that PS4 Remote Play is set to come to all Android phones running Android 5.0 and later this week as part of the console’s version 7.00 system update.