Telecommunications company Verizon partners with the search engine giant Google by giving Verizon fiber customers a free Google Stadia.
The gift includes the Stadia Premiere Edition, which is the game controller, a Chromecast Ultra, and a 3-month Stadia Pro subscription, which focuses on 4K gaming.
There has been a high amount of backlash back in 2019 when Google has launched its streaming service, many stating that it is not enjoyable thanks to the higher-than-usual input lag.
Verizon is giving the “console” to Gigabit customers, so the cons are less likely to apply in that situation.
The device is capable of streaming top games at up to 4K/60 FPS.
You can read the full news release from verizon.com by clicking here.
Google Stadia controller image by Marco Verch. Licensed under CC BY 2.0.