Thursday, May 28th 2020

Google Stadia Adds Support for 1440p Streaming In Chrome

This week Google Stadia added the option to stream games on chrome at 2560x1440 resolution so that users with QHD monitors can now stream games at their monitors' native resolution compared to just 1080p or 4k previously. To play in QHD resolution users will need an active Stadia Pro subscription, a network speed of 35 Mbps or greater, and a Windows computer or Chromebook with VP9 hardware decoding and a QHD monitor.

In other news, this week the Stadia Store gained two new games those being Jotun: Valhalla Edition, and Sundered: Eldritch Edition. Stadia Pro subscribers are also set to receive The Elder Scrolls Online for Free on June 16 along with the Morrowind Chapter as free content. Stadia players can enjoy crossplay support with PC, which means you'll be able to play with friends across Stadia and PC.
Source: Google Stadia
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5 Comments on Google Stadia Adds Support for 1440p Streaming In Chrome

#1
ARF
Meanwhile, YouTube no longer considers 720p videos as HD, HD is 1080p and up now.
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Yeah... Come back when 4k is 4k and not upscaled 1080p Google
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#3
Tomorrow
Where is your promised 4K support Google?
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#4
Ashtr1x
GaaS garbage, vote with wallets. Do not give up everything to these "services", buy games on GOG.
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ARF
FreedomEclipseYeah... Come back when 4k is 4k and not upscaled 1080p Google
TomorrowWhere is your promised 4K support Google?
4K is just political tool for TV sales.
There is no 4K anywhere outside of TV, and even that is limited. Many still watch 576i TV channels :laugh:

You see that even graphics makers don't want to move to proper 4K support.

AMD is years behind "schedule".

8K will be many years from now out of the same TV space.
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