During the Made by Google event in NY, it was announced that Google Stadia Founder's Edition will begin arriving to gamers on November 19, 2019. Now, Google has updated its "Stadia availability and requirements" page with new devices- Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL.
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For the record, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL comprise that lineup, and both are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chip. In any case, the motivation behind why you need the Founders Pack in the event that you need use Stadia at dispatch is that every one of these parts is pretty much required to get the stage ready for action in the most ideal condition. Make sure to check back with Tech Times as we learn more. In an earlier news, Google Stadia might not come with a completely wireless controller as showcased by the company during the unveiling of the product. As it turns out, it will have limited wireless capabilities at launch.
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After the announcement of Stadia's launch date, it emerged that the Made by Google Controller would only work wirelessly with the Chromecast Ultra at first, and all different gadgets require a cable. To use it on PC or mobile device users will have to connect it through USB Type-C port. At least not at first. You won't need a hardwired connection if you have the latest Chromecast Ultra device, but everyone else who wants to play the triple-A titles on their own devices will need a wire. "When plugged in via USB cable, the Stadia Controller acts as a standard USB HID controller and may work on other platforms depending on the game and setup", responded a Google community manager to a user on Reddit recently. Now Google has officially announced that it is "working to add wireless options for [other platforms] soon after launch". That's understandable. Google has to prove it can hold a candle to experiences offered by the likes of, say, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, after all. And that is certainly how it will run when you practice the controller with the Chromecast Ultra. The Stadia controller has a 3.5mm jack, which you can practice with headphones.
Google Stadia comes out November 19. It is also unclear if other Android 10 devices will get this feature in a later upgrade.