Google Stadia cloud gaming will launch on November 19th in 14 countries
Google Stadia will be launching in 14 countries around the world from November 19th, 2019, Google has announced during its Made by Google ‘19 event.
The cloud gaming service will initially only be available via the Stadia Founder’s Edition (now sold out) and the Stadia Premier Edition, both of which contain a Stadia Controller, ChromeCast Ultra, and a three-month subscription to Stadia Pro for $129.99/£119.99.
The standard version of Google Stadia will arrive in 2020 and it’ll be completely free, all you need is a device with a Chrome browser. 1080p streaming will be free while 4K ‘Pro’ streaming will cost around $10 per month to access.
If you’re as confused as the rest of us to what Stadia is and how it works, then Google has kind of got you covered with a new trailer for Stadia.
Google Stadia Founder’s Edition will be out on November 19th in Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, and the United States.
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