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Google Stadia Controller wireless Android update and July’s free games

Google Stadia Controller wireless Android update and July’s free games

Today we're taking a peek at the latest update for Google Stadia, complete with a bump for the Stadia Controller. The official Stadia Controller previously required a USB connection to an Android device in order to play Stadia games on an Android device. Now, with this latest update, users can play Stadia games on Android devices with the Google Stadia Controller wirelessly - just so long as they're both on the same Wi-fi network.

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DOOM Eternal players finally get a new Battle Mode multiplayer map

DOOM Eternal players finally get a new Battle Mode multiplayer map

The next major DOOM Eternal update has rolled out and with it, players are finally getting a new Battle Mode map. Update 2 is massive, including quality of life improvements for Battle Mode, as well as the addition of more frequent Empowered Demons, important bug fixes, and much more. The company has also detailed some upcoming game events, including the Castle Grayscale mini-event.

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Crayta Stadia “free” launch better battle Fortnite, Minecraft, and Roblox

Crayta Stadia “free” launch better battle Fortnite, Minecraft, and Roblox

Crayta is a game that'll be launched on Google Stadia first, for free, just so long as you have a Stadia Pro subscription. You can also purchase the game on its own, on Stadia, for approximately $40 USD. But why would you want to buy this game you might never have heard of before right this minute?

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When is cloud gaming worth making the switch?

When is cloud gaming worth making the switch?

The gaming industry is looking up to a future where the requirement for complex hardware will no longer be necessary. Cloud gaming is here and it’s going to change the way we interact with our devices. No longer will there be need for high-end, processing-power hungry hardware which keeps evolving every month. You can literally play any high-end gaming title with just a basic machine.

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Google Stadia support added to a bunch of phones, OnePlus first

Google Stadia support added to a bunch of phones, OnePlus first

It probably isn't controversial to say that Google Stadia doesn't yet have the device support that it should. Up until today, the service was only available on a limited selection of Android devices, but now Google is rolling out a rather exciting change on that front. Not only is Stadia getting official support for a range of OnePlus devices, but we're also seeing experimental support go live for a much wider range of Android phone.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW will soon be streaming to Android TVs

NVIDIA GeForce NOW will soon be streaming to Android TVs

Game streaming news continues to flow especially during these days when the console hardware market seems to be waiting with bated breath for the next big thing. The promise of universal gaming is strong but its current implementations are not that convincing since you're limited by what devices or specific models are officially supported. NVIDIA might be preparing to expand the coverage of GeForce NOW that could give it an ironic advantage over Stadia on Google's own turf.

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Razer Kishi Universal Gaming Controller released: Is it a buy?

Razer Kishi Universal Gaming Controller released: Is it a buy?

Today shipping begins for the Razer Kishi Universal Gaming Controller for Android - a device first revealed to the public in January of this year. This is a USB-C-connected hardware gaming controller for a wide variety of Android devices - the nicest example of such a device we've experienced thus far. The Razer Kishi will also be released as an iPhone controller "later this summer" - for now, we're rolling with Android on a OnePlus 8 Pro.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Stadia release gets some seriously bad news

Cyberpunk 2077 Stadia release gets some seriously bad news

Cyberpunk 2077 is definitely one of the most anticipated game releases of the year - perhaps even the most anticipated, bar none - but it looks like not everyone will get to play it at the same time. While the game is coming to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on September 17th, Stadia subscribers who want to play the game through Google's streaming service will have a longer wait ahead of them.

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Cyberpunk 2077 livestream postponed, launch still on schedule

Cyberpunk 2077 livestream postponed, launch still on schedule

In the time between the announcement of the Cyberpunk 2077 livestream event and now, a few things have happened. Now the event, called Night City Wire, will take place June 25th instead of June 11, as originally planned. Quite a few other events were postponed early this week as a result of worldwide protests of police brutality and the murder of unarmed black man George Floyd by a Minneapolis Police Department officer (now former officer) Derek Chauvin.

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Stadia Pro subscribers have a big June ahead of them

Stadia Pro subscribers have a big June ahead of them

Google has announced five new games that are landing on Stadia Pro next week. That, as always, means that they'll be free for Stadia Pro subscribers to claim and play. This reveal follows an announcement from earlier in the week, when Google detailed a pair of new games heading to the Stadia Store on top of sending 1440p support live for Chrome.

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Big Stadia update brings 1440p support, two new games

Big Stadia update brings 1440p support, two new games

Google has detailed a rather big update for Stadia that will see a number of new games added to the service, along with some new features for existing titles and new resolution options for those playing on Chrome. The games joining Stadia this week include Jotun: Valhalla Edition and Sundered: Eldritch Edition. While those will be added to Stadia's store, Stadia Pro members will get to download The Elder Scrolls Online for free beginning next month.

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Serious Sam 4 is seriously delayed for consoles because of Stadia

Serious Sam 4 is seriously delayed for consoles because of Stadia

Game streaming services like Google's Stadia are advertised to break down barriers that prevent gamers from playing their favorite titles the way they want. It turns out there are some barriers it just can't break down, barriers that are set up more by business considerations rather than technical limitations. Gamers will be reminded of that unfortunate reality when Serious Sam 4 launches in August on PCs and Stadia but not on consoles it was once advertised to launch on as well.

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