Stadia

    • Stadia to become Google’s next messaging app

      Stadia to become Google’s next messaging app

      Over the years, Google has become infamous for creating and “killing” messaging apps, as well as putting messaging into apps where it may or may not be useful, like in YouTube. Now, Google is preparing to launch messaging into yet another app, Stadia.

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    • Digital video game spending hits record high

      Digital video game spending hits record high

      Spending on digital video games hit a record high $10bn in March as people stuck at home under coronavirus lockdowns turned to gaming, market tracker SuperData reported on Thursday. Money spent on major console games leapt to $1.5bn in March from $883m in February, while spending on games played on high-performance personal computers climbed 56% to $567m in the same comparison.

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    • Showtime for Stadia cloud gaming service

      Showtime for Stadia cloud gaming service

      Google sets out to transform the video game world with its new Stadia service crafted to let people access console-quality games as easily as they do email. The promise of Stadia is that you can play your games anywhere. You could do it right now, on your work or school laptop, for instance.

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    • Google reveals new Stadia details

      Google reveals new Stadia details

      You do not have to wory anymore! You will now lose access to your games on Google Stadia even if its publisher decides to exit the platform. That's one of the things the tech giant has revealed in a comprehensive update to the service's FAQ where it said that once you purchase the game on its platform, you will own the right to play it. That means one wlll still be able to access it even if time comes that it's no longer available for purchase.

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    • Ubisoft announces new subscription service

      Ubisoft announces new subscription service

      At its E3 press conference on Tuesday, Ubisoft announced its brand new subscription service called UPlay+. As promised by the company, for $14.99 a month, subscribers will be able to access every title in their catalog as a PC download (starting 3 September) and through Google's Stadia streaming service (starting in 2020).

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    • Google enters the gaming industry

      Google enters the gaming industry

      After months of rumors and recent teases from the company itself, Google finally revealed its big gaming announcement that all have been waiting for during a Game Developers Conference keynote on 19 March in San Francisco. And now we could fairly say that the tech giant is getting into gaming in a big way with a direct challenge to the giants of console and PC gaming. This challenge is called Stadia.

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