After an extended delay, Stadia has successfully launched Android TV and is now wholly playable on all Android TV and Google TV devices.
On 23 June, Google formally announced that Stadia could play on Android TV and Google TV devices. Now, users must sign in to their accounts on their devices, and the app will support them in combining a controller and setting up a game.
Additionally, the Stadia for Android TV app is instantly available to download from the Play Store. Before 23 June, the app didn’t enable users to play Stadia games. Alternatively, a “Coming soon” message was displayed on the screen.
“To get commenced, you can both start to the Play Store from your computer and install the app remotely or install it straight from your device with Google TV by stating “Stadia app” to the Google Assistant,” yielded Google in a blog post.
Aside from supporting Chromecast, Stadia can also examine other Google TV devices by choosing experimental support. Can be achieved by installing the Stadia app on Google TV devices. Following launching the app, you’ll have to choose the opportunity to “continue” at the opt-in screen.
Praised to be the future of cloud gaming, Stadia was craving Android TV devices and Chromecast with Google TV.
Now that Google’s gaming app has appeared on these devices, users can certainly experience a more enjoyable gaming experience.
To celebrate Stadia’s platform expansion, Google TV partners with Chromecast can review their inboxes to discover a promo code to get a discounted Stadia controller for $34.50. The offer is valid till 30 July.