Google stadia's new experiment: An alternative for Wi-Fi network

by Yamuna Devi
133 minutes
Google stadia's new experiment: An alternative for Wi-Fi network

Google stadia have rolled out a new experiment feature on July 28, which lets the user can play games using the 4G/5G cellular network. Google launched stadia in 2019, introduced as the user only can play the game using Wi-Fi with high data usage through streaming the game via the cloud.

Google now allows users to play games on mobile phones using the 4G/5G network. Hence it is in the experiment stage anyone can participate to know about the feature. Users should manually enable the settings. If you want to be part of this experiment, Click the stadia app, navigate to the avatar, and Select the experiment option then choose mobile data.

When earlier using the stadia app, some users will connect their mobile network as a hotspot, and play the game from another phone or laptop. So, now Google's new experiment feature will cut down the hoops. Google stadia's new experiment feature will support already existing models such as Asus, Samsung S Series, and Oneplus devices.

Google has yet to confirm the resolution detail for playing the game using the 4G/5G network. It has rumored that it would consume around 3GB/hour, and the streaming quality expected to be around 360p. The users can play a game through the stadia app using the cellular network, but the stadia controllers need Wi-Fi as it can't be wireless.

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