Google Stadia Controller Stories July 18

Google today hosted its first Stadia AMA on Reddit today and revealed a slew of new information about the game streaming service. We learned that the Stadia Controller will eventually get Bluetooth audio, and must be on the same Wi-Fi network as the game “screen.”

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Google Stadia Controller Stories June 17

When Google opened up pre-orders earlier this month, the Stadia Founder’s Edition was the only way to purchase additional Stadia Controllers. The Made by Google controller can now be purchased directly from the Google Store.

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Google Stadia Controller Stories June 13

During the first ever Stadia Connect earlier this month, we learned about the many multiplayer games we’ll be able to enjoy on Google Stadia. Developers from Bungie, the creators of Destiny 2, have addressed fans’ concerns over potential for input lag when playing a competitive multiplayer game like Destiny 2 on Google Stadia.

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Google Stadia Controller Stories June 6

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.

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The only piece of new first-party hardware for Google’s streaming service is a controller that connects directly over Wi-Fi to the cloud. Google today revealed the price of the Stadia Controller, alongside monthly pricing and launch titles.

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Google Stadia Controller Stories March 20

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.

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