Google Stadia roll-out starts in November with 14 countries


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Google made a huge ripple when it announced Stadia, its first-ever game streaming service ever,  earlier this year. Understandably, the service had a lot of potential as Google promised to bring 4K HDR gaming at 60 frames per second as a subscription service to every guy with a screen and a good internet connection. However, Many details about the service including its release date were not mentioned at the launch event.

Now, Google Stadia Founder’s Edition can be pre-ordered at the Google Store, the company announced today in a blog post. This package will cost $129.99 and include a Chromecast Ultra, and a Stadia Controller plus three months of Stadia Pro, a three month Buddy pass, and freedom to choose a Stadia name.

Google has also revealed that the roll out will be for 14 countries – U.S., Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, U.K. Buyers will be able to start playing Stadia games starting November this year.

Google also announced the very first titles and games that will be available on the platform and two tiers – Stadia base and Stadia Pro – for subscribers of the service. For more information on this, visit Google’s latest post on their official blog.

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