Google stadia cloud gaming platform announced the arrival of a new family mode, allowing a user to share their business account with others.
Serial announcements for Mountain View’s cloud gaming platform. After the arrival of the AV1 codec and HDMI 2.1, in particular to limit data consumption during the launch of Stadia games in 4G, the streaming game service has formalized the arrival of several new features.
As of Thursday, November 5, and until next Monday, Stadia Pro subscribers will be able to enjoy the car simulation game, F1 2020, for free, usually available for purchase in addition to the subscription.
After The Division 2 in September, these new “Free Play Days” will therefore be an opportunity for fans of racing games to test the title of Codemasters released this summer.
Google stadia: FIFA 21 postponed
Another major announcement for Stadia players, we learn this week that the release of the game FIFA 21, initially expected on the platform by the end of the year, will finally be postponed to 2021.
While the Mountain View firm had promised an arrival in the coming months, it was Electronic Arts who announced the bad news in a recent press release relating to the publisher’s financial results for the second quarter of 2020.
Despite FIFA 21, several EA games are expected despite everything making their arrival on the platform, relays the 9to5 google stadia site.
The feature was among the most anticipated on Google Stadia, and is now available, the company said Thursday. Already available on the Google Play Store for example, family sharing allows several members of the same family (whose google stadia accounts have been linked beforehand), to access all the purchases made from the online store of n ‘any user.
Concretely, it is now possible to buy a game once on Stadia and then share it with all members of your family. Best of all, just one Stadia Pro subscriber account is all it takes to access the momen’s various free games, and share them with your group.
If the feature is already available, it should be finished rolling out by the end of the week, google stadia promised. The only notable restriction: just like on Steam, it will not be possible for two linked accounts to play a shared game at the same time.
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