In its quest for cloud dominance, Stadia's getting more content to call its own.
Months out from launch Google continues to firm up Stadia's service.
The publisher is still supporting the platform for now, though.
Eight friends gather in the cloud.
"We hope that Google will revise its policies and business dealings in the near future," says Epic.
Stadia is also adjusting its base resolution to reduce bandwidth use during the pandemic.
The cloud streaming service will upscale to 4K.
Yumi Yang will helm the God of War studio going into its next project.
The report says thousands of Uighur Muslims have been forced into working in factories across China that service Nintendo, Microsoft, Sony, and others.
In a cloud-based future, Microsoft doesn't seem worried about other consoles.
It says more info about "exclusive games" is coming soon.
The Overwatch League and more will stream exclusively with Google.
Plus, about 10% of GDC attendees are currently developing for next-gen consoles.
Google expects "more than ten" timed exclusives over the next six months.
Google makes its first big studio grab for Stadia.
It's out today, but Gearbox is only targeting version parity in early 2020.
Following closely behind Gylt.
"We expect that many developers can, and in most cases will, continue to improve their games on Stadia."
Digital Foundry went deep on Red Dead's two streaming modes for Stadia.
No code, no playing on Stadia.
Destiny 2 and other free Pro games are tied to your subscription—purchases are not.
Google, Sony, Microsoft, and soon, Amazon.
Trying out Google Stadia in the real world is an interesting experience.
Google's first foray into the console space manages to alienate both causal and hardcore gamers alike.
Google's vision of our gaming future is still in the future.
The more the merrier?
Family sharing, Android compatibility, and more are missing the launch window.
The power of the cloud?
Tequila Works' Gylt is the only title you won't be able to play anywhere else... for now.
If you get your Founder's Edition on November 19, congratulations—that means you ordered it early enough.
Stadia's Founder's Edition is only rolling out on a limited number of platforms to start, and only one can use a Stadia controller wirelessly.
Games are coming to Google pretty soon.
North American internet isn't the greatest, and Stadia may become proof positive of that.
It knows what move you wanna make.
Google's lacking on the exclusives front.
Viewers would see your camera feed piped out alongside game footage straight from Google's data centers.
It was "all about the games," though it didn't bring many.
Looks like Google's bringing even more games to the streaming platform.
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So hopefully no P.T. situations on Stadia.
Stadia might not be the only outlet for Gylt-y pleasures.
Just because it's in the cloud doesn't mean you'll pay any less.
Google has revealed Stadia, a brand-new video game platform to bring gamers together and more. Here's everything we know about the exciting data center-driven service from the giant of technology.
Is Stadia worth it? Depends on your personal gaming needs.
Here's all the games set for Stadia after its first Connect.
The info might have leaked, but see it all live anyways.
You'll need a Chromecast to use it for the moment, though.
Soon we'll know what the streaming future will cost on a store shelf.
We talk to the studio behind the latest cross-platform hit.
We spoke with Google to learn more about Stadia.
It's been a busy week for games. Here are our biggest takeaways.
The American retail giant is exploring a jump into the untested video game streaming space.
Triple-A games on your browser, just like any other YouTube video.
The next gaming platform is coming, but the community wonders if the promise will meet reality.
During GDC 2019, id Software also showed two live demos of Doom (2016) and the upcoming Doom Eternal.
Google is waving to us from the future but most of us can only stand here like schmucks.
Digital Foundry takes a look at Google's new platform.
Here are the developers and games working with Google on Stadia.
Google's entry into the gaming race now has a name.
Speculating on the potential ramifications of tomorrow's Google GDC announcement.
Bandai Namco, Amy Hennig, and more confirmed to be involved with Google's big video game reveal.
Better AI, easier game development, and streaming games.
Early analysis of its performance suggests that Google might have another winner on its hands.
The revolution will be streaming.
Epic calls Google's decision to reveal a vulnerability in the Fortnite launcher "irresponsible."
In an effort to silence ads, Google accidentally silenced games as well.
The Nintendo Switch exploit is very difficult to fix, and it's not just Nintendo's problem.
Google is working with Nintendo to celebrate everyone's favorite plumber.
Safety, security cited as reasons why Pokémon GO is disallowed in China.
The Daydream platform has its first retail headset.
YouTube Gaming takes aim at Twitch, but more is needed before it can take the crown.
Rumors are pointing to Nintendo's upcoming console going in a completely new direction.
Google tries to take another shot at a market where others have already failed.
With reports of a Google buyout floating around, Twitch makes some changes to its video-on-demand system.
The outspoken Peter Molyneux says EA didn't get the balance right in the new Dungeon Keeper.
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