Google Stadia launches this fall however there are nonetheless a number of uncertainties. Andrey Doronichev, Product Director for Google Stadia, held an AMA on Reddit right this moment to try to reply some questions that potential gamers would have. During the AMA, he confirmed that Google Stadia Controllers won’t work with Bluetooth headsets at launch.
While that is little question disappointing for customers of Bluetooth headsets, do not despair utterly. There is a workaround obtainable for anybody taking part in Stadia video games by means of the Google Chrome browser or by means of Pixel telephones. You can join the Bluetooth headset to your pc or to your Pixel telephone and it’ll work that manner. The Google Stadia controller does embrace a 3.5mm headset jack, so it’s going to work with wired headsets that manner.
Please do notice that by saying “Pixel phone” Andrey is referring to the Pixel 3, which is the one telephone that Stadia will probably be appropriate with at launch, although this can seemingly change and increase to different Android telephones within the weeks following the preliminary launch.
Google Stadia will launch someday in November 2019. Not positive what video games are launching on the Google Stadia platform? You can have a look at the complete checklist of video games obtainable at launch.
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