Google’s cloud gaming service Stadia gets a launch date of November 19th

Google’s launch event is quite ironic. The globe knows everything apart from the price of its devices. The Pixel 4 devices were leaked so much, I assumed Google should just skip to other devices. And it did announce a few devices, like the Buds 2, Nest Mini, the Pixelbook Go, etc. The search giant also announced the launch date of its cloud gaming service Stadia, which again, we knew everything about but the price.

Google's cloud gaming service Stadia gets a launch date of November 19th

Google confirmed that Stadia will support the newly launched Pixel 4 phones. It’s the only thing talked about at the Pixel 4 launch event. If you readers don’t know what Stadia is, it is Google’s experiment in changing up the way people play video games that don’t render video games on a powerful PC or a console. Stadia games are rendered in the cloud and pushed to your smartphone, Chromecast or browser on-the-fly. Check out the video below:

There’s certainly an excitement amongst gamers considering Stadia’s never-seen-before mechanism. A lot of titles are coming to Stadia so gamers can take advantage.


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