Published: Tue, June 04, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Google Stadia launch info, pricing to be revealed June 6

Google Stadia launch info, pricing to be revealed June 6

However, some announcements just can't wait that long, and it appears that the industry may get a confirmation for Baldur's Gate 3, which was recently teased by Divinity: Original Sin developer Larian, at the Google Stadia event this Thursday - if a new rumor is to be believed. Their answer? Stadia, a game streaming platform that aims to cut down on input lag by making use of the company's ludicrously strong networking infrastructure to make loading up games fast and seamless. As far as launch dates are concerned, the only thing Google has said so far is that the service will release sometime in 2019, so we're looking forward to more information on that as well.

E3 2019 is almost upon us, and many companies will be kicking off the show by hosting press conferences and streaming events to make their big announcements.

The first Stadia Connect livestream is taking place this Thursday, 6th June, and will kick off at 5PM UK time.

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Announced at a special event in March, Google Stadia is the search giant's first meaningful crack at non-mobile gaming. Stadia is a streaming service that will allow people to play big-name and high-end games without having to own the latest or greatest hardware, software, or fancy gadgets. It's a service, and Google is aiming for it to live on just about any device that can connect to the internet (with a screen that's big enough so you can see what's happening).

Pricing has been a big question mark ever since Google revealed Stadia.

Originally published June 3, 10:03 a.m. PT. Update, 10:23 a.m.: Adds more background on Google Stadia.

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