Google Stadia announced, streams games straight to Google’s browser and devices

Today during their GDC 2019 presentation, Google announced Stadia, a streaming service dedicated to bringing a gaming experience to Google browsers and devices without any additional downloads. In addition, the Google Stadia controller was announced featuring Google assistant integration.

During the presentation were a few demonstrations with the features of Stadia. Some of these included watching a video and hitting “play now” to immediately jump into the game, the ability to use your own controller, split-screen play without sacrificing any power from the game itself, and the ability to play on almost every Chrome device available. Doom Eternal will be one of the games that’ll support the Stadia service.

More information is being revealed on the service as GDC 2019 goes on. Check back with Gaming Trend as more information comes out on Google Stadia and other exciting news out of GDC 2019.

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