This week is the official launch of Google Stadia. If you've opted for the streaming gaming platform since May, you can start playing on November 1
Google's subscription game service will do this Work a bit like Netflix or Disney Plus, where you stream games to your mobile device, computer, or TV while all processing is online. If you've purchased the Stadia Founder or Stadia Premiere bundle, you'll receive access to the service on the launch day, as well as a free three-month trial of the Stadia Pro subscription plan, a limited edition controller, and a Chromecast Ultra-Streaming device.
As we approached the launch day on November 19th this week, Google started to talk about exactly when you can play, what devices you can play on, and what games will be available at Stadia. What we hear about playing Google Stadia
What should I play on November 19th?
If you have pre-ordered the Founder's Edition or Premiere Edition, you may be able to play when the game service launches on November 19. At 9 in the morning PT: Google announces that the Founder and Premiere Editions are after Availability to be delivered. The first shipments leave the camp on 18 November. You do not need this to play, and more below.
Back to the physical package you receive at your doorstep, delivery times can vary depending on when you placed your order. In some cases, if you arrive after November 19th The estimated delivery dates were between November 21st and December 4th.
The good news is that you do not need your bundle to play. The day Google ships your order, you will receive an email with an invitation code that will allow you to create your account and reserve your name in the Android or iOS app. You can also buy games with the Stadia app.
Once set up, you can play Stadia games on your Pixel phone or in your Chrome browser while waiting for the entrance of your limited edition controller and Chromecast Ultra streaming device.
Can I continue to order the Stadia Premiere Bundle?
Google can continue to order the Premiere bundle in its store. The Founder's Bundle was sold out earlier this year.
Which devices work with Google Stadia?
On mobile, you can play Google's phones and tablets in the Pixel 2, Pixel 3, Pixel 3a, and Pixel 4 formats with Chrome OS. Google plans to expand Stadia to iOS and other Android devices next year.
You can also play in Chrome browser on a computer and use a USB cable to connect a non-Stadia controller to your mobile device or computer for gaming.
To play on your TV when you start up, you'll need to use the Stadia Controller and Google Chromecast Ultra [$1945atWalmart] that came with your order: This Stadia-specific Chromecast Ultra contains firmware for the stadiums controller. Google announced shortly after launch that it will provide a wireless firmware update for non-Stadia Chromecast Ultras to work with the Stadia Controller.
What if I did not buy the Founder or Premiere Edition?
If you have not been looking for the $ 129 Founder or Premiere Bundle, you'll have to wait until next year to play in the stadiums Free basic version, buy individual games as you like.
Which games are available for launch?
Google originally stated that Stadia would have a dozen games to play on Nov. 19.
But two days before the launch, Google announced another 10:
Prices range from $ 10 to $ 100 per game, with many in the range of 50 to 60 US dollars. In addition to the current 22 games, Google will be offering four more games by the end of the year. According to Google, you have 14 days after purchase to receive a refund for Stadia games that you have played for less than two hours.
For more information about Google Stadia, compare with Apple's Arcade Game Service and Stadia Cloud Gaming Services.