Google Stadia is struggling to seduce video game aficionados, while the less gamer among them still prefer consoles like the Nintendo Switch rather than spending their money on Google’s cloud gaming platform. However, the Mountain View firm does not give up and continues to improve Stadia day by day. It's not uncommon to be able to read Google press releases announcing changes to the platform.
The main concern of Stadia is the addition of new compatible games, however the platform does not neglect technical problems and precisely the latest announcement should please many users. Especially the followers of cloud gaming on PC. Indeed, Stadia has just announced on its blog that users using Google Chrome will now have the choice of playing in 1080p, 4K UHD, but also 1440p. It is important to clarify that this new option is only intended for Stadia Pro users, like all definitions higher than 1080p.
In addition, Stadia took the opportunity to announce the launch of new games on its Jotun platform: Valhalla Edition and Sundered: Eldritch Edition. Then Stadia presented new updates for PUBG, Mortal Kombat 11 and The Crew 2. We can see it through its announcements, Google believes in Stadia and hopes to one day receive the expected success. Within the editorial team, opinions differ on Stadia, however we have been able to test the service and it is not so catastrophic as we can hear. Recently, Stadia announced that its controller no longer needs the cable to operate, so you can take advantage of the wireless platform now: “You can now use the Stadia controller to play wirelessly on your laptop and desktop computer. You no longer need to physically connect your Stadia controller to your computer to play your favorite games. "