Stadia...Google redefined GAMING

"For 20 years, Google has worked to put the world’s information at your fingertips. Instant delivery of that information is made possible through our data center and network capabilities, and now we're using that technology to change how you access and enjoy video games."

The search engine GOOGLE on Tuesday opened-up the box for the news about  Stadia, a streaming platform for video games that will allow to play games with nothing more than a web connection.
 Google quoted,"Stadia  will break down barriers to entry such as high-priced consoles by making video games accessible on any PC or laptop using the Chrome browser, as well as the rest of Google’s suite of products including the Chromecast and Pixel phones."
There is not yet a price tag on Stadia, but Google said it will be available at some point in 2019.

 Worldwide connected network of Google data centers, Stadia will free players from the limitations of traditional consoles and PCs.
Players be able to access their games at all times, and on any screen.The developers will have access to nearly unlimited resources to create the games they’ve always dreamed of. It’s a powerful hardware stack combining  GPU, CPU, memory and storage, and with the power of Google’s data center infrastructure, Stadia will be now the imagination of game creators. 
Data centers make Stadia possible, but what sets the it apart is how it works with other Google services. In a world where there are more than 200 million people watching game-related content daily on YouTube, Stadia makes many of those games playable with the press of a button. If you are watching one of your favorite games Assassin's Creed Odyssey, simply click the “play now” button.Next minute , you’ll be running around in your own activites—no downloading required, no updates and no installation required.
 “Our goal is to reduce the friction between excitement about a game and playing a game,” Google VP Phil Harrison said.
 At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, it was showed in a DEMO how a person watching a trailer for a game on YouTube will be prompted with a “play now” button, which will instantaneously bring them into the game which is being streamed from Google’s servers.
Google did not unveil any games for Stadia — save for an upcoming “Doom” sequel and a partnership with Spanish indie game developer Tequila Games — but said that it would be creating its own games under newly formed game developer Stadia Games and Entertainment.

Hope to see a whole new generation of 
GAMES unveiled....

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