Google will announce new products and services for game developers during its keynote at the March Game Developers Conference (GDC).
Recent Google Stadia Stories
Google is teaming up with UK's largest internet service provider BT, with BT offering unique Stadia plans to new subscribers for its broadband plans.
Google announced that it will bring over 120 new titles to Stadia in 2020 in a bid to shore up its game streaming service.
A new generation of game streaming services arrived in 2019, but their true impact won’t be known for some time to come.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint lands on Google Stadia along with Borderlands 3 and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, introduces support for Stadia Connect.
Google Stadia started off with a pretty rough launch, but the company is adding new features rapidly, and it's introducing a new web store for games today.
Google has started delivering another Stadia feature: Google Assistant integration, Don't get too excited, though: the integration is very limited right now.
Google's Stadia Controller will apparently get wireless support for phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops sometime in 2020 after Google only had wireless support for the Chromecast UIltra at launch.
Google's Stadia has a lot of promise on the table and some unique technology but they have a long uphill battle ahead if they want to make the service a success.
Google has finally responded to complaints that Stadia isn’t hitting its promised 4K/60 fps quality levels.
Google launched Stadia, its troubled game streaming service, today with a small library of games, missing features, and many complaints.
Google announces 10 new games for the day one launch line-up for Stadia as the company tries to tackle criticism over broken promises.
And just like that, I’ve canceled my Google Stadia Founder’s Edition bundle: Microsoft Project xCloud is the way forward.
Google's Staida service launches next week but not all of the features announced will be available on day one.
Google’s Stadia game streaming service will launch on November 19 with a library of 12 games that will grow over time.
The Google Stadia app can be downloaded now from the Google Play Store. But you need an invite code to use it now.