As far as big news is concerned in relation to technology one of the many things that everyone is talking about right now is Google Stadia. A couple of months ago the Google Stadia was announced at the Game Developers Conference back in March 2019 and since people have been very anxious to learn more details about this new gaming platform. After the reveal trailer that we got at GDC 2019 it was being described as the “Netflix of Gaming” and had people wondering how it would work and what price would be. We have recently learned at Stadia Connect on August 19th that the Google Stadia will be launched in November 2019 on a date that has yet to be revealed. People will have access to various games such as Destiny 2, Cyberpunk 2077, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Tomb Raider Trilogy and many others through Google’s upcoming streaming service. Players will be able to access these games through the Google Stadia’s subscription service that provides them with optimal quality in relationtion to streaming.

For those who seek better quality in relation to visuals the Google Stadia Pro subscription provides 4K HDR and will cost $10 each month. For those who decide to purchase the Stadia Pro plan you will be happy to know that Destiny 2 has been confirmed as a free game. Also, players have the option on pre-ordering the Google Stadia Founder’s Edition for $130 which includes the Chromecast Ultra, a Stadia Controller along with a three month buddy pass. We also learned that the cost of a Google Stadia controller comes to $70 along with the fact that the Google Stadia Base will not be released until 2020. The Google Stadia Base will provide subscribers with high quality visuals where games run at 1080p 60 FPS. The whole concept of the Google Stadia seems very innovative and it will be interesting to see how things play out following its upcoming launch.

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