Google To Develop Exclusive Games For Stadia

Posted: Oct 24 2019, 2:38am CDT | by , in Technology News

 

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Google to develop exclusive games for Stadia

The tech giant's goal is to create exclusive, original content.

Google is about to drop its take on gaming in November with the launch of Google Stadia, its very first console.

The tech giant is again proving its dominance and versatility in all things tech and gaming. Google rocked the gaming industry when it first announced that it is on its way to launching its cloud-based gaming service, sending stocks of major Japanese tech firms Sony and Nintendo down.

The Google Stadia will be rolling out with dozens of tites, including popular hits that have been available for a while now on Sony's PlayStation 4, the Nintendo Switch and Microsoft's Xbox One.

Google said the Stadia will be able to play games in resolutions of up to 4K and 60 frames per second with HDR and surround sound.

Now, Google unveiled the location for its very first Stadia studio where the company will build games: in Montréal, Canada.

In a blog post, Google Vice President and head of Stadia Games & Entertainment Jade Raymond said the company has picked Montréal as the city has "an amazing gaming legacy, having launched dozens of studios, thousands of careers, and countless incredible games."

Instead of supporting contents and titles by video game creators, Google, through Stadia Games and Entertainment’s studio in Montréal, will make its own exclusive, original content.

Raymond said the goal is to create new and unique gaming experiences.

Stadia Games & Entertainment has already opened job listings for its first ever studio in Montréal. The company will be hiring senior design artists, senior engine programmers, a director for research and user experience, senior gameplay programmers and more.

Customers can now pre-order the Google Stadia Founder's Edition at $129.00.

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