Google’s streaming platform for video games was supposed to releases all of its information today at 12 p.m. ET, but the report has leaked by Canadian newspaper La Presse.
The translated report reveals that Stadia will launch in November with a subscription for $11.99 Canadian per month to access games at 4K resolution and 60 FPS. Newer titles will need to be bought. By 2020 a free version of Stadia will be available called “Stadia Base,” but games will only have access to 1080p resolution. The highest tier titled “Stadia’s Founder Edition” will launch this fall for $169 Canadian will include Chromecast Ultra, the Stadia controller, three-month subscription, and Destiny 2, which was reported yesterday from Kotaku. For people not getting that high-end subscription, the launch titles for everyone will include the latest Tomb Raider trilogy, DOOM, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, and The Division 2 The recommendation for internet speed will be at least 10mbps download and 1mbps upload.
Just as reported before the streaming service will allow players to play any game by streaming it on their device without the hardware required like a gaming console or PC.
An official stream came in which confirmed everything along with other details.
A reveal for Baldur’s Gate 3, created by the minds who developed Divinity Original Sin 2, will launch for Stadia and PC along with an announcement for Ghost Recon: Breakout, an adventure game developed by Tequila Works called Gylt and a multiplayer cooking game called Get Packed by Moonshine Studios.
The relationship between internet speed and quality of gaming is shown here:
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