Today was the big coming out party for Stadia, Google’s upcoming game streaming platform that promises to let you play games over the internet on practically any device, and hopefully lag-free. However, despite shedding light on how it works and what kind of server infrastructure Google is using, there were a couple of key details about Stadia Google didn’t reveal including its price structure and when it will be officially available. All we know for the latter is that Stadia will go live sometime this year, but the more important question is the one about price. So I ask, how much do you think Stadia will cost, or more specifically, how much would you pay for Google’s game streaming platform? Now a lot of this will come down to how well Stadia actually functions, especially for people with less reliable internet connections. But for the sake of our hypothetical question, let’s assume Stadia works as advertised. Now that we have the ground rules set, there are essentially two ways Google can go with Stadia’s pricing. One would be to position Stadia as a sort of Netflix for games, where a monthly subscription would give you access to a roster of… Read full this story
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