Google Stadia wants to be the Netflix of gaming

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  • Published on:  Thursday, March 21, 2019
  • Google's Stadia cloud gaming platform will let you stream console and PC-quality titles across laptops, desktops, TVs, tablets, and phones. At launch, Google says it will support up to 4K at 60 fps, and it will work on any screen so long as you have a Chrome browser or Chromecast Ultra. Google’s building the Netflix of video games and the company has the software and infrastructure to pull it off. But, there are still a lot of open questions.

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  • The Verge
    The Verge  6 months ago +685

    Would you dump your console or PC for a cloud-based platform like Stadia?

  • erzan
    erzan  5 days ago +1

    Fantastic, now we have Digital poverty.

  • Monica Sheets
    Monica Sheets  14 days ago

    you commented on sssniperwolfs video

  • I AM FUCKING NO ONE GAY

    what do all these specs and cloud gaming truly mean when you have no soul.
    I'm just gonna stick with nintendo sorry

  • ArmyMan TV
    ArmyMan TV  a months ago +1

    Why do we need this when we have Cool Math Games?

  • Cluid
    Cluid  a months ago

    I thought he was on the bath

  • Piero Costanzo
    Piero Costanzo  a months ago

    The Steam Link is not immune from lag at 1080p on a local gigabit cabled network, how Google expect to deliver 60fps 4K with a cloud gaming service?

  • voltration
    voltration  3 months ago

    They did not mention GeForce Now a single time. It's capable of running 1080p 120fps with huge libery for free. What a joke.

  • Tushar Shrivastav
    Tushar Shrivastav  3 months ago

    we dont want it we are fine with steam

  • PoloDoesThings
    PoloDoesThings  3 months ago

    Vortex has done it. Gcluster is a japenese cloud gaming service that has done this, so google can DEFINITELY do this.

  • Biscuit Nougat
    Biscuit Nougat  4 months ago

    So a lan cable is more powerful than a 2080ti?

  • pro wood is here and were is my family

    Hmmm Cloud gaming

  • Afnan Acchan
    Afnan Acchan  4 months ago

    Lol Phil Harrison. He is the guy behind PS3, Xbox One.

  • Raw Potato
    Raw Potato  4 months ago

    Pipe dream in Australia with 3rd world NBN

  • Peter Parker
    Peter Parker  4 months ago

    Dang this is some futuristic stuff.

  • electroturi
    electroturi  4 months ago

    4k at 60fps... you could have said 4000k at 699fps and it could be the same, if the latency between button pressed and reaction is 2secs.. not saying it won't happen... but irrelevant numbers won't make u change gaming.

  • Ric Tone
    Ric Tone  4 months ago

    Hype train

  • Shlomo Goldrememberthesixgorillionbergensteinbears

    Netflix of gaming? Does that mean they are going to be streaming anti-white games?

  • Keith Zhang
    Keith Zhang  4 months ago

    5G can solve the problem

  • Trashed Up DayDreamer

    How about work on developing ultra fast satellite based internet with 0 latency issues, 0 data limits and virtually feasibility ANYWHERE at extremely low costs?
    Now THAT'S development! Internet in today's day and age is a necessity! Its been around for more than 30 damn years!