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Google taking pre-orders for Stadia gaming service ahead of November launch

Friday 7 June 2019 | 10:09 CET | News
Google has started taking pre-orders for its Stadia cloud gaming service, which will officially launch in 14 different territories in November with an initial 30 or so games from at least 21 publishers including Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Take-Two Interactive, Sega, Square Enix and Bethesda. The company's Stadia Founder's Edition package for early adopters can be ordered for EUR 129.99 and will allow consumers to play video games such as Baldur's Gate III and Destiny 2 from the launch day on nearly any device with access to the Chrome browser.

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Companies: Electronic Arts / Google / Ubisoft
Countries: World
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