Google has announced that Stadia will be free for two months. The promo launches today for all users with active Gmail accounts. However, it may take up to 48 hours to become available to everyone. Users will have access to 1080p streaming at 60 FPS.
GeForce Now remains the most affordable solution on the market. Hence, in order to attract new players Shadow seems to lower their prices yet again.
Reently CIS has moved on from free GeForce Now Beta and now the rest of the world might get a paid tier of the GFN as well. According to VideoCardz.com the upcoming GeForce Now premium plan will cost $5 per month.
Free Stadia Pro games for November and December Once Stadia finally launched a large portion of its users encountered a whole set of difficulties. First and foremost, Stadia games have to be bought from its own store. Unlike GeForce Now or Playkey, Google doesn’t support games from Steam or other stores other than its own. […]
French company Blade has announced changes to its pricing model for Shadow, their cloud gaming service. Instead of having a single plan for everyone they intend to have 3 plans that will differ in specs and picture quality.