As Google Stadia gets closer to the release date, information regarding its multimedia build, controller, features, color, and facilities are coming on the board to attract the gaming enthusiasts. Not a week goes by without Google Stadia bringing in more matter of information to increase its hype in the gaming industry.
While there were a lot of challenges expected to make the release difficult for Stadia, Google has every time to come up with valid arguments in order to prove that the company has always considered every aspect of challenges and has analyzed them properly prior to the release.
The cloud-based Gaming has interested many people from across the world and also generated questions in their mind regarding what, how and when is Google Stadia getting to perform. With these questions on the blog, Google Support has provided an answer to the Frequently Asked Questions on the official support page.
With the answers, we receive a lot of further information on the launch of Stadia in 14 countries from where it can be purchased and used from any corner of the world. The potholes in the gaming industry of certain countries are also well addressed in the FAQs. Questions ranging from the type of Operating System on which Stadia can perform to the devices that will support the gaming has also been answered.
A new feature on Crowd play is also been talked about. Crowd Play is part of the vision for Stadia that Google announced at GDC 2019, that allows viewers of a live stream to join in the game, directly with the stream creator; Google requested customers to stay tuned for more details about these features and launch dates.
The FAQs also clear up the picture for new users regarding subscription and end of the term. Questions on renewal and dismissal of subscription and how are they going to be associated with a single email address for a single user are replied to. Connectivity with Bluetooth, the multiplayer status of games, Virtual Reality Wearables support, and input format form the ground of other questions that received Google’s answer. The most interesting fact is that Stadia will be supported by Google Devices mainly and the cloud has yet not been made universal to every Android or iOS model. With the launch of Stadia, Google will step forward to release more devices in the future into the phones market.