Google Stadia’s most unique feature is its controller against other wireless game controllers competition. In a recent update Google Stadia has extended its connectivity support wirelessly. it will now allow users to connect to phone using bluetooth or through Wi-Fi.
The wireless controller were required to connect the phone using a using Type-C cable which was taking much more power from the phone and pretty incovenient for the users for a $129 controller. Since the launch of Google Stadia, the claw which holds the phone to the controller that Google sees playing AAA games on your phone as an important aspect of Stadia.
Google Stadia’s wireless compatibility for android will attract many gamers to its new cloud gaming platform
Google has released its Stadia update today and announced it through their community. Google announced that Android devices can now pair with the Stadia Controller over Wi-Fi, just like on Chromecast and desktop. The features will be available through the Google Stadia version 2.23. To connect the devices wirelessly, both the devices should be on the same wireless network.
Google Stadia is a cloud based gaming platform which was launched by Google last year. The streaming service is capable of running 4K resolution games upto 60 frames per second with High Dynamic Range compatilibity and 5.1 surround sound support. It can be accessed It is accessible through the Google Chrome web browser on personal computers, Pixel smartphones and supported smartphones from Samsung, OnePlus, Razer and Asus, as well as Chrome OS tablets and Chromecast for TV support and the service can be subscribed for $ 9.99/month.