Google Stadia's Only Hardware Is This Special Controller

Google Stadia

Google’s New Controller Might Literally Stream Games To Your TV

The livestream for the Google gaming event is embedded below.

So, no, Stadia is not as responsive as native hardware, but it's not a huge difference.

After spending billions over the last few years to upgrade its cloud computing infrastructure, Google thinks it is ready to tackle the needs of some of the most demanding customers on the planet.

Stadia is a game-changer for gamers and could completely upend the current market.if Google can in fact deliver on its promises.

"Our vision for stadia is simple: One place for all ways we play". If you're playing on PC, all you'll need is an internet connection to achieve a 60fps/1080p experience - though it's possible for Stadia to reach 4K/60 and even 8K gaming.

"The second video showcases a demo named "Night Forest" showing the" Stream Connect Feature" it's the ability for players and developers to display multiple streams of the same game on the same screen for seamless couch co-op with "no performance penalty".

All of this works as long as a game is on Stadia, of course.

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Image copyright Bethesda Image caption Bethesda's demon-slayer title Doom Eternal will be among the first games on Stadia.

Satdia will allow users to stream games from their devices, and it will be a cross-platform service that's available on PC, Macs, phones, tablets, TVs, and more.

Standard USB controllers will be compatible with Stadia but if you're looking for something a bit different, consider Google's own gamepad. And what happens to your game state if you briefly lose connection, or if there's a server crash on Google's end?

Do more with captures: The Stadia controller's share button enables you to take screenshots that can be shared with friends, as well as capture gameplay clips and post them to YouTube at the press of a button.

Google is not launching its own console. And if it is a subscription model, will it hew closer to something relatively affordable, like the Netflix model, or something more premium, the way games are priced compared to films. The biz claims its game-centric data center hardware, based on AMD technology running Linux with the Vulkan graphics API, will operate at 10.7 GPU teraflops, better than the Xbox One X (6.0 GPU teraflops) and PS4 Pro (4.2 GPU teraflops) consoles combined.

Alphabet Inc's Google announced on Tuesday a video game streaming service dubbed Stadia that attempts to capitalize on the company's cloud technology and global network of data centres. There is expected to be both a software and hardware component to Google's announcement. Presumably, these titles will make heavy use of Stadia's custom features like Stream Connect multiplayer. Raymond will work with other game studios and partners to bring games to Stadia while working on the company's own original games. Google says it can take as little as five seconds to get playing. It will launch first in the US, Canada, UK, and Europe. Pricing details is yet to be revealed.

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