Much Awaited cloud gaming service from Google is unveiled at the Google Developers Conference in California. Google has named the service as Google Stadia, and it comes with tons of features that any game would like from the bottom of his heart. In the Event at Google Developers Conference, CEO Sundar Pichai announced the Google Stadia, which he said plays FIFA on the same. Google Stadia is an ultimate cloud gaming service, which will allow the users to stream games on their Chrome browser remotely. The service will work on Chrome Browser, Chromecast and all of the Pixel Devices. Sundar Pichai said that the service would be launched in the United States of America, Europe and Canada sometime later this year.

Phil Harrison, a former Sony and Microsoft executive who joined Google explained the service on-stage with CEO Sundar Pichai. He said Google tested similar service in the past with name “Project Stream” which allowed the gamers to stream games through the browser. Under the project stream, Google team tested “Assassins Creed: Odyssey” game and the tests concluded in January 2019. Google showed off the gameplay using the Google Stadia service on-stage, and it was impressive with the Google Controller.

The games are stored in Google data centres all over the world. The users will load up the game remotely and will start playing with the Google Controller device. The company is partnering with AMD to build custom CPU for the datacenter. Not just the AMD CPUs, but the datacenters will be equipped with a 2.7GHz x86 processor with 16GB of RAM. The first game to be made available on the platform is Doom Eternal, which will support 4K resolution, HDR, and 60 fps gameplay. It doesn’t have a release date yet, but it might be the pre-launch especially for Google Stadia service, or Google Stadia will start operating for the public from the date of Launch for Doom eternal.