The anti-consumer service — that will likely die out given Stadia’s director of product, Andrey Doronichev doesn’t even know if its continued existence is certain — will launch on November 19th, 2019. Ahead of the upcoming streaming service debut comes a trailer exploring what Stadia has to offer.
If for some reason you are interested in this very product that takes away all control out of your hands, then you have until November 19th to see everything that you have via Stadia fall through the cracks of your hands.
That’s right, you won’t find any sexy time games on Google’s streaming service but only current year puritan activities, and if you want in on this know that the following Stadia video reveals the service due date and more:
“Stadia will start arriving November 19!
Find out just how easy it is to enjoy your favorite video games without an expensive console or PC. No more waiting for game downloads or installations when you’d rather be playing. Instead, Stadia streams directly to the screens on your favorite devices. Learn exactly how Stadia works so you can be ready to play at launch.”
In case you skipped out on the above video, the official specs for Stadia lie below for your curiosity.
Stadia Base Edition
Stadia Base, as its name implies, will not have access to all Stadia Pro features. This includes the following:
- No 4K HDR
- No 5.1 surround sound
- No “free content” or discounts
Stadia Base users will be able to play content in 1080p with 60fps and stereo sound.
Stadia Pro Edition
The monthly subscription called “Stadia Pro” lets you experience the “best” of what Stadia has to offer. Every month Stadia Pro demands that you pay $9.99 in exchange for the ability to play in “4k HDR at 60fps” with 5.1 surround sound.
As an additive to the above, this subscription will include “free games” that will be “released regularly,” starting with Destiny 2. Stadia Pro users will also be eligible to participate in select Stadia Store discounts.
Stadia Founders Edition
In addition to the above, Stadia will have a Founders Edition Pack that will run you $129 — more info is on store.google.com. Also, here’s what the Stadia Founders Edition offers:
- Night Blue Stadia Controller (Limited Edition )
- Chromecast Ultra which allows for “4k 60fps” Streaming
- Three Months of Stadia Pro and three Months of Stadia Pro Buddy Pass
- Destiny 2
- Exclusive Stadia Name and Founders Badge
Internet speed requirements
Here are the nitty-gritty specs that reveal how much of a scam Stadia will be according to connectivity speeds, sound, and resolution:
- 10Mbps is the recommended minimum and will get you 720p 60fps with stereo audio
- 20Mbps is the threshold for 1080p and will get you HDR Video, 60fps, and 5.1 surround sound
- 30Mbps+ is to be the best for Stadia, which offers 4k HDR 60FPS with 5.1 surround sound
Google announced that more countries are coming later on, but as of November 19th of this year (2019), Stadia will launch in the following countries:
- The U.S.
- The UK
As mentioned above, Stadia is going to become available to the wild mid-November across 14 countries.