Google Stadia is set to launch next week, but missing features and a tiny launch list of games is hurting the platform’s debut. Today, Microsoft announced that its xCloud streaming service would debut in full next year and, as a kick to Stadia’s pants, the service just added 50 more games too.
‘GRID’ will have 40-car multiplayer race exclusively on Google Stadia
Racing game GRID on Google Stadia will reportedly have an exclusive 40-car multiplayer race, which the developers claim “isn’t possible with other hardware.”
Earlier today, the Google Stadia app arrived on the Play Store, less than two weeks ahead of the service’s official launch. While you cannot sign in and use the Stadia app without your Founders or Premiere Edition code, our APK Insight team was able to uncover a treasure trove of information about Google Stadia through the new app including data usage, player limits, and more.
Microsoft launches Xbox Console Streaming preview for Android
Microsoft’s direct Stadia competitor is Project xCloud, but the company also has a second streaming option. Xbox Console Streaming takes advantage of your existing console hardware and is launching today in preview for Android.