Yesterday's Made by Google event opened with the announcement related to launch date for Stadia: the bigG service for the cloud gaming will be accessible starting from 19 November. Italy is present in the list of the first countries supported together with the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
Google Stadia: released on November 19th
As already written several times, initially for play in streaming the titles in the catalog will require the subscription toPro subscription (9.99 euros per month), while starting in 2020 the Mountain View group will also offer the Basic formula, free and with some limitations starting from the supported resolution (Full HD and not 4K). Why interested users can be found ready for next month's appointment, Google shared a video that summarizes everything there is to know about the platform.
To play on TV simply connect Chromecast Ultra and configure the controller through the Stadia mobile application, after which you can immediately start a game. The titles will in fact be streamed directly from the bigG data centers, without asking the user to own a PC with a high-end hardware compartment or a console. No downloads, no patches.
The only requirement is one good internet connection: at least 10 Mbps to play in Full HD and 35 Mbps if you want to push up to 4K. Compatibility also with other devices such as desktop and laptop computers plus a selection of smartphones and tablets.
As for i games, The list is continually updated. At the moment there are about 40 listed. The appointment with the official debut is therefore set in just over a month: then it will be possible to get to the platform and judge how it behaves with the local network.