New details reveal that on top of a Google Stadia subscription, users will also have to pay full price for any new games they wish to play.
Google Stadia will allow its players to change their gamertag at will, adding to the list of impressive features for Google's cloud-based system.
Gamers excited about Google's latest should make sure they have unlimited internet plans; Stadia streaming in 4K will use 1TB of data in 65 hours.
Just hours before the first-ever Stadia Connect, the Google Stadia's pricing model leaks and reveals both subscription and individual purchases.
Google announces that its much-anticipated Stadia streaming platform will get a price point and release date later this week ahead of E3 2019.
Google Stadia has the potential to change the gaming industry, but it might be ousted from the market by the next PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
A recent statement from Microsoft exec Mike Nichols has us wondering if Google's Stadia streaming platform will have the connections to compete.
Industry analyst Michael Pachter believes Sony and Microsoft could create their own streaming services if Google's Stadia platform is successful.
With Google and Xbox building their own 'Netflix for games' services, it seems more evident now than ever that gaming consoles will die off.
Google Vice President and General Manager Phil Harrison goes on record stating that Google will 'absolutely' never release a game console.
A Google Stadia gaming platform alternative might not take very long to surface, as a report suggests Walmart is inquiring about launching its own.
A report from the 2019 Game Developers Conference floor provides some speculative details on Google's big gaming announcement tomorrow.
Google releases a brief teaser for the company's Games Developer Conference keynote, then adds ex-Assassins Creed exec Jade Raymond as VP.
The renders that many have believed to be the first look at the rumored Google Controller are not actually real despite their professionalism.