And that price is currently a free month of Stadia Pro It's hard to believe, but Stadia is almost a year old now. Despite reaching this milestone, Google's cloud gaming service hasn't exactly taken off into the mainstream just yet. In an effort to help spread the Stadia gospel, Google is now offering free perks like a month of Stadia Pro in return for referring friends to the platform. When a friend signs up using a referral code, they'll get an extra month of Stadia Pro in addition to a one month trial if they choose to subscribe to the service. Read More Stadia is putting a price on your friends' heads with new referral codes was written by the awesome team
The demo is free for one week, plus two new games are coming next year Stadia's three-day event came to a close today. After releasing the Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle demo on Tuesday and the Humankind demo yesterday, the cloud gaming service finished off its streak by announcing a few new games coming to Stadia, as well as the news that the Immortals Fenyx Rising demo is now available for one week — but only for one week. Like other demos on Stadia, anyone with a Gmail account can dive right in and get gaming. Read More Try out Immortals Fenyx Rising on Stadia for free right now was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Google's game hardware still hasn't seen many discounts to date Stadia controllers are notoriously expensive compared to comparable gamepads at $69, and they don't go on sale very often, either. But today, both the controller itself and the Premiere Edition kit that includes a controller and a Chromecast Ultra — usually $100 — are 20 percent off. It's worth noting that you don't need any Google hardware to try Stadia — it runs in a Chrome browser on basically any computer, and you can play with whatever controller or mouse and keyboard you have right now. Read More Stadia bundles and controllers are 20 percent off, starting at $55 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Recently, cloud gaming gained a huge competitor when Microsoft launched Xbox Game Pass Ultimate offering over 100 games free to play with your subscription. It joins the increasingly crowded space with players like Google Stadia and NVIDIA’s GeForce Now. I’ve spent the past few weeks testing out Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and here are my thoughts. Game Selection There’s no getting around it, Microsoft’s service comes out swinging with a host of hit games at launch. Titles include Xbox exclusives such as games from the Halo, Gears of War, Forza, Ori, and more. There is also a selection of popular games available on third-party platforms including Batman Arkham Knight, Doom Eternal, The Outer Worlds, Witcher 3, and many many others. Not only does Microsoft
Now in a handy dandy searchable table Google's cloud gaming service, Stadia, begins trialing on November 19 — you'll need to buy a $130 Founder's Edition kit to get access — and is expected to expand to the general audience sometime in 2020. So far, 30 games have been announced for the early roster and we expect more of them to pop up as we go along this year. It can be a little hard to keep track of things, so we've got you covered with a handy list of all the titles that have been announced for Stadia. Read More All the games on Google Stadia (Update: Watch Dogs, Watch Dogs 2, Assassin’s Creed Origins, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Assassin’s Creed
If you’ve never heard of Audeze before, it’s most likely because you’re not an audiophile. This high-end headphone maker has made a name for itself by using planar magnetic drivers over dynamic drivers used in traditional headphones. By utilizing planar magnetic technology Audeze is able to provide large drivers with enhanced clarity and detail. Unfortunately, this technology is not cheap; a pair of Audeze headphones can potentially set you back thousands of dollars. However, in recent years, Audeze has branched out into gaming headsets, which are much more affordable in comparison. For example, the Mobius headset provided to us for review starts at $400. That’s still pretty expensive, but when it comes to planar magnetic headphones from Audeze, this is one of
The functionality was previously experimental Game streaming relies on low-latency connections to offsite servers, which is why the key to a great experience with Xbox Game Streaming and Google Stadia is fast and reliable internet. Google began testing mobile data streaming with Stadia in July, and now the functionality is ready for everyone. Playing Stadia over a cellular connection currently requires tapping your icon in the Stadia app, selecting the Experiments menu, and enabling 'Use Mobile Data.' Read More Stadia now fully supports playing games over a cellular connection was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Why pay professional testers when fans will pay you Latest update Baldur's Gate 3 is now available in early access Larian Studios has revealed during a recent livestream that its upcoming RPG Baldur's Gate III will enter into early access on September 30th on both Stadia and PC (Steam). This livestream was called Panel From Hell and is about an hour and a half long, so goes into excruciating detail of what's
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is Microsoft’s next big bet on cloud gaming, and the biggest competitor to date for Google’s Stadia game streaming service. Just like Stadia, Xbox’s new game streaming service does all of its processing in the cloud, which means you’ll be able to play console and PC games on your Android devices. Follow the steps below to get everything set up and start playing now. Before you get started, make sure you have a device running Android 6.0 or higher with Bluetooth 4.0 support and an internet connection capable of 10Mbps or more. Sign up for an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription on the web. Despite having a sign-up button in the app, I was unable to sign up for
As a longtime console gamer, mobile games have never appealed to me much. I’ve always preferred the types of games released on console and playing on a larger screen. However, with the recent introduction of cloud gaming, one of those topics has resurfaced, but in a new way. While cloud gaming doesn’t have me prepared to ditch the console anytime soon, that doesn’t mean I don’t want to at least check it out. In order to make the most of the experience, you’re going to need a good controller. That’s where the Razer Kishi (~$100 USD) comes into play. There are plenty of other controllers out there to choose from, but the vast majority of them require you to mount your phone.