Google announced its new streaming platform today at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today. The new Stadia platform will allow game developers to stream powerful, high-end games at 4K 60 FPS. And game developers are already on board.
Google took the stage today at GDC to announce Stadia, the new streaming platform that will let players play triple-A games on any screen, whether that's a laptop browser, smartphone, or TV. Google brought out developer partners during its GDC keynote presentation today.
Developers confirmed to be working with Stadia
Id will be bringing Doom Eternal to Google Stadia, and the full game is playable today for attendees of GDC. Id promises Doom Eternal will be running at 4K HDR at 60fps, and we will be bringing you hands-on impressions later today.
Google and Ubisoft already partnered together to test Google's Project Stream concept with Assassin's Creed: Odyssey. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot was at Google's Stadia keynote and it looks like the two companies will be working together for Stadia more going forward.
Spanish studio Tequila Works (RiME) took the stage at Google's GDC Keynote to share a new feature called Style Share.
Japanese-based stuio Q-Games joined Google to announce a new, unnamed project is coming to Google's Stadia platform. The unnamed titled will utilize a Stadia feature called "State share."
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