Phil Harrison has revealed that the free Google Stadia plan will be available “in the coming months”.
The cloud gaming platform has been launched last November with a € 129.99 Founder’s Edition including three months of Stadia Pro .
The subscription costs € 9.99 per month and will be paid for this figure in a few weeks, when the free trial for early adopters has officially expired.
Stadia Pro allows you to have two free games per month, the last of which are for February Metro Exodus and Gylt, the only exclusive currently in bookstores.
Google had already made clear last year that the free plan, which will allow you to access the streaming platform and buy only the titles you will be interested in , it would arrive in a generic 2020.
Stadia Base will allow you to play “without anticipating money, without having to me keep a box in your home, just click and play incredible titles directly from our data center. “
After last year’s release, the situation has become quite hazy for Google Stadia , both for the release of new titles and for the poor communication of the platform owner.
The house of Mountain View has limited itself to declaring that in 2020 more than 120 titles will be available for purchase on the platform, and that 10 of these will be exclusive in time published by July.
Pressed on the details of this new wave, however, the American giant has been rather vague, limiting himself to saying that the ads are up to individual publishers.
Source | Protocol