Google Stadia Stories October 18

‘Monster Energy Supercross 3’ coming to Google Stadia in February

Earlier this week, Google announced an official launch date for its Google Stadia streaming service. While we’re still just over a month from that date, more games are continuing to be announced for Stadia, and the latest game to join the fun is Monster Energy Supercross 3.

After the announcement of Stadia’s launch date, it emerged that the Made by Google Controller would only work wirelessly with the Chromecast Ultra at first, and all other devices require a cable. Google today reiterated this point, and promised that more “wireless play” options are coming “soon after launch.”

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Google Stadia Stories October 17

Last night, Google quietly revealed that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will support Stadia alongside the Pixel 3/3a and new Pixel 4. It has now emerged that Stadia on those phones will require Wi-Fi at launch and not work on mobile networks.

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Google Stadia Stories October 16

Beyond the November 19th launch date, a number of Stadia developments were announced at Made by Google 2019. In addition to the Pixel 4 being compatible with the game streaming service, Google today revealed that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will also be supported by Stadia.

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Google announced yesterday that Stadia is officially launching on November 19th, and revealed a slew of more details. The company also revealed that “wireless play” on the Stadia Controller will only work with the Chromecast Ultra at launch.

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Google Stadia Stories October 15

The second Stadia Connect in August was entirely focussed on games save for one tidbit from Google about Founder’s Edition being “almost sold out.” That has now occurred in “most of Europe” and in its place is Stadia Premiere Edition.

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