Google Stadia to go live in November 2019

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Google announced the availability of its cloud based game streaming service, Stadia from November 2019 in 14 countries and several more countries will join the service in 2010. Users from U.S., Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, U.K can even pre-order now the Stadia Founder’s Edition at the Google Store that are available in limited numbers.

Google Stadia Founder’s Edition packs nearly US$300 of value into just US$129.99, which includes a Chromecast Ultra, a limited-edition Night Blue Stadia Controller, 3 months of Stadia Pro (more on that below), a three month Buddy Pass (to bring one friend along for the ride) and dibs on selecting a Stadia Name.

In a statement the company said, the Founder’s Edition will offer the highest quality gaming experience that users will get with Stadia Pro and the ability to play their favorite games across multiple screens  with 4K HDR resolution at 60 frames per second with 5.1 surround sound.

The Stadia Pro will include free content, as well as discounts on some titles. The first free title is “Destiny 2,” and it comes with the base game, all previous add-ons, the upcoming Shadowkeep expansion and the annual pass. The subscription cost for Stadia Pro is only $9.99 per month after the initial 3-months free subscription.

And, if someone is looking just the Stadia controller, it comes in three colors, Just Black, Clearly White or Wasabi and is priced at US$69.99. Google is working on to introduce more games on its Stadia platform later in the year.

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