Stadia Premiere Edition is $100 today only, as DOOM Eternal launches
It's Friday, but you'll probably be staying home this evening - this means it's a great time to play the new DOOM Eternal, which comes out today. If you don't have a gaming PC or a console, you can use Google Stadia instead.
Just for today Google has cut the price of the Premiere Edition to $100 (so you save $30). The package includes the Stadia Controller, a Chromecast Ultra and a 3-month subscription to the service. This is a US-only promo, however, prices on the old continent are still €130/£120.
You also need to buy DOOM itself, of course, Stadia only works with games you own. That would be $60 for the basic package and $90 for the Deluxe Edition.
Besides using the Chomecast to play on your TV, you can also use a Google, Samsung, Asus or Razer phone. Alternatively, you can use the Chrome browser on a computer, Google recently launched support for 4K streaming for its browser (though DOOM only supports 1080p@60fps for now).
PS. you don't need the Stadia Controller for playing on your phone or computer, you can use third party controllers as well (or even keyboard + mouse on PC). You can check the compatibility table for more details.
Well i bought it month ago from steam for 60 and its pretty awesome it exceeded my expectations.
- 23 Mar 2020
Doom price starts around 45 euro. Must be a bit dumb to buy it from the game homepage when all key shop and the like sell it around 45-50 euro
- 20 Mar 2020
Launching into a virtual recession... Stadia has a lot going against it. MS and Sony must be praying that Corona has diminished by November.
- 20 Mar 2020