Doom Eternal Would Come To Google Stadia Game Streaming Platform

Streaming seems to be the latest trend, and Google has also released its own gaming streaming service named Google Stadia. The announcement was made by Phil Harrison, the company VP during the Google GDC 2019 keynote. Now, the game streaming platform of Google attracted some game devs, and it seems that Doom Eternal would also come to Stadia.

Doom Eternal would come to Stadia, an id Software executive said

Various games are supposed to run on the hardware, and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was one of the big names featured here. However, Marty Stratton, the id Software executive producer announced that Doom Eternal would be coming to Stadia as well.

According to Stratton, it’s great to play the game on Stadia, and it looks just as great. The game is a sequel to Doom, which was released back in 2016. The game will be available in true 4K HDR at 60 FPS.

What is Google Stadia, the tech giant’s game streaming platform?

The cloud gaming platform aims to get players and developers together on one platform. More than that, Stadia aims to include spectators as well. For instance, during the Google presentation, we were shown that it is possible to watch a game trailer on YouTube and then start playing the game in just a couple of seconds thanks to streaming.

Cross-platform support will also be available on Stadia. According to Harrison, Google Stadia will allow you to play with others, no matter which platform they used. Game stats and save files can be saved in the cloud as well, which makes it easier to play on different platforms as well.

We also know that Stadia will work on multiple platforms, such as mobile phones, TVs, tablets, laptops, and desktops. The service will be able to stream games up to 4K HDR at 60 FPS, but Google plans to enhance this in the future, and the service should be able to stream games up to 8K resolution. Google is also going to release its own controller. It would be lovely to see a game like Doom Eternal on Google Stadia, but we guess that’s only the beginning and more video games would accept Google’s game streaming platform.

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