Google announced that it will hold its first ever Stadia Connect on June 6th, 2019, at 9AM PDT/6PM CET in which the company will reveal more Stadia news, including pricing, games, and launch details.
Google Stadia is a brand new gaming platform that will rely on the cloud. To be honest, when Stadia was initially announced I thought it was a gaming streaming platform that would allow gamers to play PC games on various devices and nothing more. Well, it appears that’s not what Stadia actually is. While numerous third-party titles will run on Stadia, it will also have some exclusive games.
In short, this is a new gaming platform that will be using the cloud and streaming capabilities, and those gaming on the PC will not have access to the Stadia games (unless a developer decides to port its game to the PC).
As such, and since we’re talking about a brand new gaming platform, we won’t be focusing on it (as we are primarily a PC-gaming website). We’ll definitely cover its pre-E3 event, however don’t expect a lot of news regarding this particular platform.
Google Stadia will support 4K/60 with HDR, and will allow players to stream up to 8K with 120fps. It will be using Linux and Vulkan, and will take advantage of a new NAVI GPU from AMD, offering 10.7 of Terraflops.
Stay tuned for more!