Google has announced its new Stadia gaming platform that allows you to play games over the internet. There is no console or discs it’s all streamed over the internet. A few gaming studios such as EA and Bethesda have signed up with others still reluctant.
Stadia games will run on servers at Google data centres and video footage will be streamed to a TV.
Gamers will get 10 teraflops of graphics processing, that is more than the Xbox One and PS4 – combined.
Google says there will be at least 30 games at launch.
Some of the big titles include Doom, Destiny 2, Final Fantasy XV, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.
This service will launch in November and will cost will cost £119 or $129 in the US.