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Google launches the Stadia cloud gaming service with 22 games

    Earlier this year, Google reveals the price tag $9.99/month of their cloud gaming platform, Stadia ahead of launch today. The cloud gaming platform has been officially launched with 22 games.

    Finally, Google Stadia cloud gaming service kicks off with 22 games, and most of the games on the platform are already available on consoles.

    Even tho, the Google Stadia has just been unveiled as the best of cloud gaming, it is still in beta mode. It was announced on 19th, Tuesday of 2019.

    During the launch, Google Stadia cloud gaming arrives with 22 games, and they includes:

    – Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
    – Attack on Titan: Final Battle 2
    – Destiny 2: The Collection
    – Farming Simulator 2019
    – Final Fantasy XV
    – Football Manager 2020
    – Grid 2019
    – Gylt
    – Just Dance 2020
    – Kine
    – Metro Exodus
    – Mortal Kombat 11
    – NBA 2K20
    – Rage 2
    – Rise of the Tomb Raider
    – Red Dead Redemption 2
    – Samurai Shodown
    – Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
    – Thumper
    – Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
    – Trials Rising
    – Wolfenstein: Youngblood

    Google Stadia Cloud gaming platform

    Google Stadia is a cloud service that lets you stream the games you buy on servers in the cloud, and play big budget games without discs or downloads, consoles or gaming PCs.

    In other words, Google Stadia allows you to instantly play games on TV (via Chromecast Ultra), laptop, desktop, tablet or mobile phone at up to 4K and 60 frames per second with HDR and surround sound.

    It isn’t an offline service, but completely online based, which explains that the gameplay experience is totally settled on the quality of the internet connection.

    You can start playing the Stadia game, by just purchasing a title, and it will be added to your Stadia library within a few seconds.

    Google promises more games coming soon, more impressive features will also come up soon, such as streaming direct to YouTube, 8K shooting and others.