Google's new streamed gaming service, Stadia, will officially launch on November 19, at least for those customers who've already bought the Founder's Edition package. Set for November 19, the Founder's Edition bundle will set you back $129 (RM541).
Google revealed its own wireless Stadia Controller with the launch of its cloud game streaming service.
The "Stadia availability & requirements" support page on Google was recently updated to include both the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 2.
First, the Chromecast Ultra and Stadia Controller go hand in hand.
Google Stadia will be made available free of cost for its Stadia Base Tier, which will allow users to purchase games and play them in up to 1080p resolution at 60 fps.
Google had plenty of time to make this clear to potential Stadia Controller buyers ahead of the device's launch. Google says that games will be added to the Pro service "regularly", but they're pretty mum on details at the moment.
That also means you'll have to sacrifice direct connectivity to the company's datacentres via the controller - a feature the company has been touting to combat latency and ensure there's no pesky lag.
Ever since Google Stadia was first announced in March of this year, we've been closely following developments surrounding this game streaming platform. On top of the Stadia controller, the Founder's Edition pack - now priced at £119 - includes 3 months of Stadia Pro (Stadia's premium subscription service), a special Founder's badge, and a Buddy Pass.
Gamers will be able to play the likes of Red Dead Redemption 2, Mortal Kombat 11 and Kine on TVs, laptops, desktops, select smartphones and tablets. You can also use the PlayStation DualShock 4, Xbox One control handle or any other standard device.