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AT&T is giving customers a free Stadia subscription for 6 months

Google is doing everything it can to make Stadia a success. Earlier this week, the company finally expanded the service to Chromecast with Google TV and Android TV. Now it’s eyeing AT&T’s subscribers to expand its userbase. On Tuesday, AT&T and Google announced a new promotional deal that will offer AT&T 5G unlimited wireless and...

Google Stadia will finally arrive on Android TV later this month

Google Stadia launched almost two years ago in November 2018, and while many of the platform's original issues have now been fixed, the lack of proper TV support has remained consistent. Google didn't even have Stadia available at launch on its new Chromecast with Google TV, which was released eight months ago. Thankfully for anyone...

You can now get a Stadia Premiere Edition bundle free with a new OnePlus device

OnePlus is now offering a Stadia Premiere Edition bundle with some of its devices in the UK, Germany, and France. The bundle comes with a Stadia Controller and a Chromecast Ultra, along with access to a vast library of popular games like Doom Eternal, Far Cry 5, Metro Exodus, and more. According to a recent post...

Google Stadia is “alive and well” despite recent struggles

It’s been a busy year for Google Stadia, and not always in a good way. The service closed an internal game development studio and also lost key executives. However, despite these struggles, Stadia is “alive and well.” GamesIndustry.biz interviewed Stadia developer marketing lead Nate Ahearn, who assured the website that things are just fine. Ahearn highlighted...

Yet another key Stadia executive has left Google

By the time 2021 began, it became clear that Google's ambitions for Stadia weren't materializing the way they wanted them to do so. By February, they had announced their intentions to close down their in-house Stadia game studios, which were to produce unique games as Google Stadia exclusives. While Google announced that this didn't change...

Google Stadia is adding a search bar, teases more features coming soon

Google Stadia as a service has matured a lot since it first launched by the end of 2019, and their catalog has also grown immensely. Cloud gaming hasn't made the ripple that companies have expected, but it remains a compelling option nonetheless for users that want to play the latest AAA titles, or maybe some...

Resident Evil Village coming to Stadia with free Stadia Premiere Edition

One of 2021’s most anticipated games, Resident Evil Village, will hit Google Stadia on May 7, the same day it’s released on other platforms. If you preorder a copy for the streaming service — either the Standard Edition ($60) or Deluxe Edition ($70) — Google will give you a free Stadia Premiere Edition, which includes...

Lenovo is offering 3 months of Stadia Pro service on new Legion and IdeaPad gaming laptops and PCs

Lenovo has announced that it is partnering with Google to offer three months of free access to Stadia Pro to customers buying new Lenovo Legion or IdeaPad gaming laptops and Lenovo gaming PCs (manufactured after April 5, 2021). Google recently announced a similar offer for Chromebook users giving them access to the cloud gaming service...

Microsoft Edge browser for Xbox Series X and S opens up new cloud gaming possibilities

Microsoft’s new consoles, the Xbox Series X and Series S, are excellent gaming machines on their own. The Series X is capable of 4K gaming, while the smaller Series S lets you enjoy next-gen titles at 1440p at a relatively cheaper package. But there is now a way to go beyond the list of Xbox...

Google Stadia reportedly failed to meet expectations by “hundreds of thousands”

It’s been a tough start to the year for Google Stadia. Earlier this month, Google confirmed plans to shut down Stadia’s internal game development division, one week after allegedly praising the studio for its progress. Now, two reports out today have shed light on what it was like on the inside, with one report saying...

Journey to the Savage Planet was broken on Stadia but Google has issued a fix

Google's Stadia has been a rollercoaster from start to finish. For those unaware, Stadia is a cloud game streaming service (not unlike NVIDIA's GeForce NOW and Microsoft's xCloud) that can stream games from a high-powered machine in a server center near you to one of your devices. You can purchase games on Stadia or pay...

Google exec reportedly praised Stadia game studios right before shutting them down

A week before Google announced it was shutting down Stadia Games and Entertainment, a studio developing first-party games for Stadia, executives allegedly praised staff for making “great progress” and “building a diverse and talented team.” According to a report from Kotaku, citing four sources with knowledge of the situation, Google Stadia vice president and general manager...