By launching the 4K picture quality plan for Android-based smart TVs, Google Stadia started another expansion project. Launched 6 months ago, this service will have one more feature that many players have been waiting for: the Google Stadia wireless arm project.
Date for Google Stadia wireless arm project
Offering cloud gaming service using high-speed internet technology, Stadia works in harmony with Google Chrome and Chromecast duo. As you know, Google wants to increase the number of friends of its service.
Google Stadia, which uses Chrome, smartphones, smart TVs, tablets and Chromecast, Google’s digital media player, will now offer a different experience on the desktop. Desktop users will be easier now.
According to a statement by the search engine giant, Stadia controllers will no longer be dependent on cables. Because players who want to play games with Stadia on the internet (with a browser) will not have to connect the Stadia arm to their computer.
The Stadia controller now works wirelessly with https://t.co/yRRJHCJkZT. It's one of those little things that feels like magic – sometimes I forget that I'm playing Destiny 2 in a *web browser*. 🎮😀 https://t.co/sDzND85QTo
— Justin Uberti (@juberti) May 5, 2020
This feature, which will be activated this week, has been developed for both desktop computers and laptops. It will be easier to play the Doom Eternal production, especially on a laptop with several ports. Because dealing with USB-C type cables is about to go down in history.
Users who want to play games via a browser through the official website of Stadia will be able to use the Stadia arm wirelessly thanks to the new system. In the old system, the controller had to be plugged into the computer.
In the new system, you must connect the Stadia arm to the Stadia service using the Wi-Fi infrastructure. Thus, transitions between television and computer will be carried out smoothly.
Under the current circumstances, there is only one way to turn the Stadia arm into a wireless arm: using the Stadia controller with a TV that is linked to Chromecast Ultra. So, does this system with extended coverage come to smartphones?
The answer to this question is “no” for now. This project was unfortunately not developed for an Android-based smartphone. Google has no explanation for such a project. Finally, what do you think about this project of the US company?