Google Stadia Price, Games, Launch Date And More To Be Announce Through Lifestream On Thursday

Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks during a Google keynote address announcing a new video gaming streaming service named Stadia at the Gaming Developers Conference in San Francisco
Thanks to its negative latency, Google Stadia boasts that it could have less lag compared to PC. (Photo: REUTERS/Stephen Lam)

Just a week before the highly anticipated E3 2019 in Los Angeles, an event heavily focused on the world of video games, Google announced that Google Stadia, its cloud video game platform cannot wait for the E3 2019 and will have a presentation this Thursday, June 6.

 ''Some news can not wait for E3'. That is the message that Google posted on Twitter. The Google Stadia announcement will reveal various information such as the Stadia's price, games, release date, and other important updates.

The announcement was made through Google's official Twitter, introducing the Stadia Connect. The Stadia Connect is a live broadcasting channel via Youtube, and the first presentation will begin on Thursday and promises regular live streaming giving out information on Stadia updates and news.

In their first presentation, Google promised that Stadia would work with more than 7,500 data nodes around the world. This means that the image quality Google is aiming for will be in 4k and 60 fps and even hope to reach 8k in the future. Given this fact, many users were skeptical at the same time amazed, so they are hoping that Google could clarify these data on Thursday.

The strength of Google Stadia is that we will not need advanced hardware so that it can run on mobile phones, SmartTV, laptops, and virtually any device. The transmission system promises to be direct with very low latency, another of the platform's strengths. What we do not know is the internet speed needed to enjoy the service, but 50Mb / s will be the minimum, possibly.

Since that presentation, little to no information had transcended about this platform of video games by streaming. However, a few days ago, it was reported that Google invested 600 million euros in a new data center to support a mammoth infrastructure like Stadia. It is not easy to play streaming, so Google wants to secure a good piece of the cake in what seems to be the future of video games, which is Stadoa.

As of the moment, video game fans are left with other important details, such as how much Stadia will cost (its online service, games and physical control), what games can be enjoyed and even the release date which is reportedly said to be in summer, wherein people think it would be in E3 2019.

Google has promised that they will talk about all this during the presentation announced for June 6, so we would need to wait.

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