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Google announces its Stadia Gaming Streaming Platform, launching soon in 2019

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Google has finally made its way to the Gaming industry with the launch of Stadia, its Cloud Gaming Service. At the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, Google has announced its first cloud gaming service called Stadia. Google CEO Sundar Pichai itself unveils this Gaming platform giving a brief description about it.

Google said that the Stadia will be able to stream games online on different platforms no matter what the size of the display has. It will also help to stream games on Google Chrome browser, on TVs via Chromecast, and on Pixel devices. Meanwhile, Google is making its partnership with YouTube and some other gaming streaming websites like Twitch to enhance its game streaming service.

At the event, Google showcases some of the features of Stadia out of which it shows that users can easily play the game while watching the live streaming of the game on YouTube just by clicking on the ‘Play Now’ button at the bottom. For this, they don’t need to download and install the game, the only thing that they need is to have a good Internet connection.

Google Stadia Controller

As of now, this service will be available on laptops, desktops, TVs, tablets, and phones. At the event, Google shows how one can switch its gameplay between the devices without any hindrance. For its gaming service, Google also launched its own Stadia controller for playing games on Stadia which comes with a Google Assistant button and in-built Wi-Fi for lag-free gaming. However, the tech giant also mentioned that this service will be playable using existing controllers.

Google Stadia will be able to stream games at 4K resolution in 60FPS on a 25Mbps internet connection. However, it can stream games up to 8K resolution in future with up to 120FPS. Furthermore, to make Stadia a good performer, Google is teaming up with AMD to manufacture chips for its Stadia datacenter which would provide 10.7 teraflops of power which makes this more powerful than any of the existing consoles. As of now, Stadia will come with a custom 2.7GHz x86 processor with 16GB of RAM.

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