Google’s Stadia is heading to new devices. The search giant announced that it will begin rolling out the cloud-based video game service. To its Chromecast with Google TV streaming stick. As well as a handful of other Android TV-powered televisions and devices on June 23.
As with other Android TV or Google TV apps, you’ll be able to download Stadia from the Play Store. With a Stadia Pro subscription running $10 per month. A rival to the Xbox and PlayStation consoles. Google touts that its service has access to over 180 games available to play on phones, laptops, and TVs.
You will need an internet connection of at least 10 megabits per second and a Stadia remote or compatible Bluetooth controller is still required for playing on a TV or TV-connected device.
First announced at the Game Developers Conference in 2019. Google has previously limited Stadia streaming on televisions to its Chromecast Ultra streaming stick and its Stadia Controller. The service is also available on the Chrome browser, some Android phones, and on iPhones and iPads as a Safari web app.
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