The Pros & Cons of Google Stadia

As many people know the Google Stadia is considered to a revolutionary gaming platform the likes that the world has never seen. The Google Stadia has been hyped up all throughout 2019 and based on the announcement that was made about this new gaming platform back at GDC in March sounds very promising on paper. It has been said that on its launch date November 19th titles such as Mortal Kombat 11, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Assassin’s Creed Odessey will be available for the Google Stadia. Also, following its upcoming launch the Google Stadia will work on various devices including Chromecast Ultra TV, Google Pixel 3 & 4 phones along with desktop and laptops. For those who are PC gamers the Google Stadia is worth checking out as you will find a great deal of positives concerning this new cloud based gaming service. As far as potential negatives are concerned in relation to the Google Stadia it has been revealed that certain features will not be available for the cloud-based service during its initial launch.

Features such as 4K streaming on PC devices will be absent following the upcoming launch of Google Stadia. However, it has been said that on November 19th that 4K/HDR will be streamable on Chromecast Ultra which is something that many people are not too happy about. There has been speculation about 4K/HDR streaming feature for PC Stadia users becoming available sometime in 2020. However, since there are generally more laptop/PC users especially in comparison to those who use Chromecast Ultra in America that lack of 4K streaming will definitely be a huge issue on November 19th. Also, competition within the gaming world is only going to become more intense as both Sony & Microsoft plans on releasing their next generation consoles the PlayStation 5 and Project Scarlett in late 2020. It will be interesting to see how successful Google Stadia will become throughout 2020 onwards once 4K streaming becomes an available feature on PC.

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