Stadia Cloud Gaming service opens to new devices. Starting June 23, it will run on Android TV and Google TV via Chromecast. Here is a list of compatible equipment:
- Chromecast with Google TV
- Smart TV Android Hierarchies (U7G, U8G, U9G)
- Nvidia Shield TV
- Nvidia Shield TV Pro
- OnnTM FHD and UHD streaming keys
- Android TV Philips 8215, 8505 and Old 935/805
- Xiaomi MIBOX3 and MIBOX4
Like other Android TV or Google TV apps, Stadia is available for download from the Play Store. The Stadia Pro subscription costs 99 9.99 per month and open monthly games, store discounts and Especially to play at 4K HDR up to 60 FPS and 5.1 audio. There is also a free version that can be used with a Gmail account. It offers the ability to purchase games and demos and titles, but only for streaming play 1080p.
Where and when to
Google notes that Android TV devices that are not on the initial list can be downloaded and accessed until they select Stadia. Test support “.But it is mentioned.” This feature is still under development and not all Android TV devices fully support it, so gamers can try out Stadia and play their favorite games on more devices than ever before. »
Google recommends 10 megabytes per second (Mbit / s) or more of Internet connection to use the service well. You can play with a keyboard / mouse combo, Bluetooth or USB controller (see
List of compatible models) Or Stadia Controller € 69. Note that you can get a Stadia Premier pack including a controller and a Chromecast Ultra for free on any order of the OnePlus 9 at the Chinese manufacturer’s store.
This service is also available on some Android smartphones from the Chrome browser (see List) And on iPhone and iPad via Safari. These terminals can work with Xbox One, DualShock 4 or Switch Pro controllers.