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Stadia Finally Arrives On Google TV

After teasing it months ago, Google has finally brought Stadia to Google TV.

You can also use Stadia on “any other Google TV device by opting into experimental support for Stadia,” according to Google’s announcement.

Users will need to have either the official Stadia Controller, or a compatible third-party Bluetooth controller – including the PlayStation DualShock 4, Xbox One Controller, and Xbox Adaptive Controller.

Stadia will not work with a mouse and keyboard, which is a blow for many serious gamers.

The app can be installed remotely from your computer via the Play Store or directly from your device with Google TV by saying “Stadia app” to the Google Assistant.

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