Yesterday, Google announced its new streaming technology Stadia, which is said to have 10 teraflops, 4K graphics output, and much more.
However, all these are still new to the gaming community, as Stadia is not your standard of the mill console. Rather it is a streaming technology service that will allow users to play games on laptops, phones, and TVs. As mentioned above, Google also notes that the service will offer little to no latency issues while running supported games at 4K 60FPS.
Time will tell how true these claims made by Google are, but for the meantime, we got a little snippet of the service running in action. Luckily, video game website GameSpot managed to grab a couple of minutes of Bethesda and iD Software’s upcoming shooter title, Doom Eternal running on the Stadia.
Check out Doom Eternal running on the Google Stadia down below:
Google’s new streaming technology Stadia is set to release sometime this year, however, at this time we still do not have a price point or specified release window.
Are you excited for Google’s Stadia to release? Let us know what you think about the new service down below!
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