In the absence of a few hours to know the details of Stadia, Google’s new cloud gaming platform, the ResetEra community has warned about an article on the Canadian Lapresse website that sets the price, subscription model, catalog and product requirements. Since he does not cite any source, we recommend taking the information with complete caution.
According to Lapresse, Stadia will be available in November in 14 different countries, Canada among them. Launching, can only be accessed through to a subscription that costs $ 11.99 per month called Pro, and allows us to retransmit to a maximum of 4K and 60 FPS. It will include some old games, but the new ones will be purchased separately. During this time, Stadia will only be compatible with Chromecast. In 2020, we will be given the option to use Stadia for free, although we will be limited to 1080p and will not include any games, but by this time the Chromecast will be removed and can be removed from any device with Google Chrome.
We will need a connection of at least 10mb of download by 1mbps of upload to play, but it is recommended to have at least 35mbps to play in optimal conditions at 4K resolution. The article does not mention anything about the infamous ‘input lag’, since it is logical that it depends on our connection to a large extent.
Finally, it is indicated that the initial catalog of Stadia will include 31 games. Among them are Destiny 2, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, The Division 2, DOOM, Tomb Raider, Rise of the Tomb Raider and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Apparently, it will be possible to book a Stadia Founder’s Edition that includes the remote, the Chromecast Ultra device, Destiny 2 and three months of subscription for $ 169.
The Stadia conference will take place today at 6: 00 pm hours We invite you to follow it live from GamesFreeBola to find out all the official details.