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Stadia.com is displayed as a landing page before launch



Amid the flurry of other developments this weekend, Google has launched stadia.com ahead of Tuesday's launch. That's how you play games on the web, and also serves as an introduction for potential customers.

Stadia.com redirects to stadia.google.com. Over the past few months, only users need to list Google Store for Founder and now Premiere Edition. The tagline "One place for all the ways we play" is on a prominent display with Google immediately telling users how they can get "Access to Stadia with Premier Edition."

Under the prominent "Buy now" button, you can register for email updates. There is a game cover, while Google presses three points on Stadia.com which is now live:

  • Play the game on the screen that you have: Play the place you want, whenever you want, and how you want – on TV, laptop, desktop, and select tablets and phones – wherever you have Wi-Fi.
  • Play right away with one click: When you buy a game, the game can be played. We handle all patches and updates so you don't need to wait for downloads or in-game updates.
  • Smooth, beautiful gameplay, low latency: Stadia delivers beautiful images up to 4K and 60 FPS with HDR and 5.1 surround sound.

Meanwhile, those who already have an access code to create the Stadia Name and start playing are directed to the Android and iOS companion applications. Before the Stadia Controller and Chromecast Ultra are shipped, users can start playing on the web. Other pages that we found directly today include:

At the bottom of live stadia.com is a list of various requirements, with Google noting Pixel 2, Pixel 3, Pixel 3a, and Pixel support 4. On the desktop, this page is a Progressive Web Application (PWA) and can be saved to the desktop / dock with icons own application. It makes an easy shortcut than entering the URL each time you want to play.

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With Ryan Kovatch

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