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Netflix begins its official (and very small) gaming program

Netflix begins its official (and very small) gaming program

Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Sony, Nvidia — all of them are trying to dominate the early and emerging market of streaming games, hosted from powerful servers and broadcast directly to players' screens without the need of a gaming PC or console. But it looks like yet another challenger is approaching this new battlefield, and it has a familiar name: Netflix.

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Destiny 2 crossplay is now live across Stadia, PC, Xbox, and PlayStation

Destiny 2 crossplay is now live across Stadia, PC, Xbox, and PlayStation

One of the more persistent problems with Stadia is that, due to a relatively low amount of players versus established platforms like Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, its multiplayer games can sometimes feel a little empty. Destiny 2 will fix that problem sometime this fall ... or right the hell now, because the developers accidentally turned on crossplay a little early.

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Blast through Far Cry 5's campaign for free this weekend on Stadia Pro

Blast through Far Cry 5's campaign for free this weekend on Stadia Pro

Stadia can be a tough sell for a lot of gamers. The library is still maturing, there's always the fear of connection issues getting in the way of gameplay, and plenty of people are just going to be more comfortable going with a gaming solution from a company with more history in the field. But for those who do give it a shot, there can be a lot to like, and for me, Stadia really became something I was excited about last fall with the release of Far Cry 5. And now if you're a Pro user, you can see what I'm talking about this weekend, with the game free to play through Monday.

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All the free games included with Stadia Pro

All the free games included with Stadia Pro

Stadia's $10-a-month premium subscription, Stadia Pro, includes access to an ever-expanding catalog of games at no additional cost. The selection of redeemable games varies — Google adds a few each month, and sometimes removes some. Here, for your convenience, we've compiled a handy list of all the games you can claim right now.

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Google yanks game from Stadia Store while progress-breaking bug is fixed

Google yanks game from Stadia Store while progress-breaking bug is fixed

The official F1 2020 game has been pulled from the Stadia Store in the wake of a save corruption issue. Previously, the company pulled the game "offline" and prevented customers from playing it following those first reports of save issues. A community representative has since stated that it is now playable again for those that already purchased it, but the game has been pulled from Stadia's digital shelves until a solution is found.

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All the games on Google Stadia (Update: Streets of Rage 4 and Darkwood)

All the games on Google Stadia (Update: Streets of Rage 4 and Darkwood)

Google's cloud gaming service, Stadia, began trialing on November 19 (2019), and even though you needed a $130 Founder's Edition kit to gain access, Google eventually opened the floodgates to everyone in August (2020). So far, many games have been announced for the service, and we expect more of them to pop up as we go along. Of course, it can be a difficult to keep track of things in this fast-moving industry, so we've got you covered with a handy list of all the titles that have been announced for Stadia.

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Stadia is live for Android TV, and Google is celebrating with half off controllers

Stadia is live for Android TV, and Google is celebrating with half off controllers

The latest Chromecast is a phenomenal streaming device, but there has been a glaring omission since its launch last year. Google has promised Stadia as the future of cloud gaming, but it's been missing from Android TV devices, including the Chromecast with Google TV. That changes today, as Stadia is finally up and running on the Play Store.

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Android TV is doing some last-minute prep work for this week's arrival of Stadia support

Android TV is doing some last-minute prep work for this week's arrival of Stadia support

If you've owned a Chromecast with Google TV since last fall's launch, your long wait for Stadia is nearly over. Despite having been on the market for nearly a year and a half now, Stadia still isn't officially playable on Android TV — but that's changing, and soon. Earlier this month, Google announced that there'd be an official Stadia client up and running on Android TV on June 23rd, but if you're really impatient, you can get the app pre-installed on your device right now.

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Chromecast with Google TV is getting the Stadia update

Chromecast with Google TV is getting the Stadia update

It took an insanely long time for this to happen but Google's cloud gaming service is finally being made available for the Android TV platform. In preparation for this, the Chromecast with Google TV is getting a new update that introduces support for Stadia among other improvements.

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Google is giving away yet more Stadia Premiere Edition bundles

Google is giving away yet more Stadia Premiere Edition bundles

If you were on the fence about buying one of the new OnePlus 9 smartphones, OnePlus hopes it can entice you with its latest promo. The company, in partnership with Google, is offering Stadia Premiere Edition bundles to customers placing orders on its online store in a few countries.

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