Google Pixel 2 will be available for Stadia Gaming
In a recent event, Google shared some more information about the Stadia game streaming platform. One of the most frequently asked questions was that which phone models to support on November 19, the official launch date of the service. So far, Google only spoke supporting Pixel 3 and 3a devices. We assumed that this would include the new Pixel 4, and now Google has confirmed that not only that much, it will also be compatible with Stadia’s Pixel 2 phones. Google has already announced Stadia support, such as Chromecast Ultra, a PC with the latest version of the Chrome browser, select Chromebooks, and now several generations of Pixel phones connected to a TV. For the best experience, Google recommends at least 10 Mbps internet connection and Stadia controller.
If you have the first generation quad-core Pixel phone since 2016 and hope to support Stadia, you’re out of luck. While Google surprises everyone who supports aging Pixel 1, we’ll update this post, even if it’s suspicious.