What to Expect from Google Stadia On Its Launch
The big day of Google Stadia is just around the corner. As announced on Stadia’s official Twitter account back in October, Google Stadia will drop on November 19.
Imagine a world where you don’t have to play the next big release title with extravagant gaming equipment. A world where everything you need to do to begin gaming is to open your browser pick a player, and start gaming – no waiting for the longer download.
This will actually become a reality if Google’s cloud gaming service, Stadia, fulfills its commitments – from opening a Chrome tab to playing a 4 K, 60fps player, everything done in 5 seconds – no installation needed!
At launch, Google has promised support for desktop, laptops, tablets, and smartphones – but just to initiate the Pixel series – without a hardware device, with games powered by Google’s own data centers instead. The cloud computing ability of Stadia, as revealed, is the equivalent of a console running at 10.7 GPU teraflops’, which is more than the average PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.
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