Google has announced that its cloud gaming platform, Stadia, will drop this November. The gaming platform promises to revolutionise the gaming industry and has created a great deal of excitement all over the world.
The launch of the premium gaming service is starting out with select 14 countries. The first 14 countries which will be able to use the service are: U.S., Denmark, France, Finland, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Ireland, U.K., Canada, and Norway. More countries will be able to access the gaming service in 2020.
But there is another way you can access Stadia. Stadia Founder’s Edition is now available for pre-order. The Founder’s Edition comes with the first collection of games and will pack nearly $300 of value into just $129.99. This Edition will include a Chromecast Ultra, limited edition Night Blue Stadia Controller, three months of Stadia Pro, a three month Buddy Pass to bring one friend along, and a player can even select a Stadia Name. You can even get an extra controller which comes in three colors – Just Black, Clearly White or Wasabi – for just $69.99.
Later this summer, Stadia is going to announce more games that are going to be available on the gaming platform.
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