Google plans to expand its Android TV platform to include support for the game streaming service Stadia, reports XDA Developers . 19659004] The company presented its Android TV roadmap for 2020 and 2021 at the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam. A slide of the presentation to XDA Developers confirmed that Google will add the integration of Stadia into the operating system next year.
Google Stadia Currently, users must have a Chromecast Ultra to use with a TV. However, this will change as part of an Android 11 update for the Android TV platform next year.
Other major changes next year include the possible launch of a new Android TV device with smart home capabilities.
The leaked slide also showed that Google plans to roll out a Play Store update for Android TV this year and start testing the startup screen and in-stream advertising.
Google's cloud gaming platform Stadia will launch a number of high-profile titles, including Mortal Kombat 11, Borderlands 3, Destiny 2 and DOOM Eternal.
CD Project RED's upcoming cyberpunk role-playing game 2077 will be released on the Stadia platform next year .
The release of Google Stadia is expected in November 2019. The Founder's Edition package costs $ 129 and includes three months of Stadia Pro with a limited edition Night Blue controller.
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