You can play Stadia games on your PC, but it requires the Google Chrome browser, the Stadia Founder's/Premiere Edition or Buddy Pass, and at least a 10Mbps internet connection. Assuming you meet those requirements, you're ready to stream games on your computer.
Google Stadia is an upcoming game subscription service which requires a paid subscription at launch as well as separate game purchases. Considering that there is no physical version you can own, or even a download, gamers naturally assumed that Stadia purchases would cost less. Unfortunately, that doesn't appear to be the case.
At E3 2019, Microsoft is giving gamers the chance to try out "[Project xCloud],(https://www.windowscentral.com/microsoft-wont-force-you-stream-games-says-xbox-head-phil-spencer)" its game streaming service that competes with Google Stadia. The server is located 400 miles away, but you can access games like Gears of War 4 and Halo 5: Guardians – both of which run at 60 frames per second...
At E3 2019, Microsoft revealed a number of new games and hardware. However, a lot of gamers are curious about how the company plans on addressing the shift to game streaming. According to Xbox chief Phil Spencer, it's all about giving players choice. While he didn't specifically mention Google Stadia, Spencer said that Microsoft doesn't want to tell you that "the console... is bad."
Google revealed the bandwidth requirements for the service, and you need a 35 Mbps connection to play games at 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. Unfortunately, this means that the data usage is quite high. While previous estimates said that Stadia needs 20 GB per hour, it seems like the latest figures are a little lower. PC Gamer managed to do an in-depth analysis of the data usage.
It wouldn’t be E3 2019 without a few leaks. Everything from Stadia’s pricing, games, and requirements were revealed by press release that was posted early. The highlights of the leaked press release have to be that it’s launching in November, requires Chromecast at launch, costs Canadian $12 a month with separate game purchases, and comes with previously-released titles like Assassin’s...
Google Stadia is a game streaming platform which promises visuals up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. Normal gameplay uses roughly 20 GB every hour and pricing and other details haven't been revealed yet.