As you may know, Doom Eternal launched today and Google is offering its very first discount on Stadia. Since it dropped today you can get the consideration of $30 off which is the Stadia Premiere Edition.
So you will need to get your cash ready and it’s $99 instead of $129. The bundle will be coming with everything you’ll need to start playing right away, including a controller, Chromecast Ultra and three months of Stadia Pro. That’s good news, aren’t it??
There won’t be a better way of determining whether it’s cool to jump on the Stadia train now or not if not checking how you feel about the platform’s prospects. Four months after it launched, we can bolding say Google has so far overpromised and underdelivered on Stadia expectations.
Doom Eternal is the nicest example of uncountable issues that people had with Stadia and Google’s messaging. Recall that Google promised that the game would play at 4K when it first announced that it will make it way to Stadia. And just recently, we’ve learned that Doom Eternal would rather render natively at 1800p and upscale to 4K.
Arguably, Stadia has had its share of problems, like 4K streaming, most importantly has been a serious issue for the platform. Most of the service’s marquee titles, including Red Dead Redemption 2 and Destiny 2, do not really support true 4K as said and expected.
It’s obvious that most people who paid the Pro monthly sub. fee of $10 had no good story to tell about Google’s Stadia.