Google has today announced Google Stadia games can now be purchased directly from the company’s Chrome browser, allowing gamers to search and purchase new additions to their cloud gaming catalogue. The new Google Stadia cloud game streaming service is capable of providing AAA video games at a resolution of up to 4K at 60 frames per second with support for high-dynamic-range.
Although there isn’t a huge library of games available at launch, Google is working hard to expand the offerings and now has over 20 games available to play on the cloud streaming service. Stadia was officially launched last month on November 19th, 2019 and competes with other gaming services such as Sony’s PlayStation Now service, Nvidia’s GeForce Now, and Microsoft’s Project xCloud.
“Finding your favourite games just got easier! The Stadia store is rolling out on web, giving you a new way to browse and buy your favourite games right from your Chrome browser on desktop. Check it out today!”
Finding your favorite games just got easier! The Stadia store is rolling out on web, giving you a new way to browse and buy your favorite games right from your Chrome browser on desktop. Check it out today!
— Stadia (@GoogleStadia) 6 December 2019
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