Five months after Stadia’s launch, the controller can finally be used wirelessly on PC. This will connect directly to the servers, and not to where the players are watching the video game.

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Finally, the Google Stadia control can now be connected to a PC wirelessly. This update comes five months after the Google service was launched.

It should be remembered that when the Google service and the accompanying control was launched, one of the biggest criticisms was that to be used on a PC it had to be connected by cable, since the wireless connection was not yet enabled.

As pointed out by Google, this will connect directly to the servers, and not where the players are watching the video game, remember that what Google Stadia does is send a transmission of the video game, and this will reduce input-lag.

“From this week you can now use the Stadia Controller to play wirelessly on your laptop and desktop,” they pointed out from the Google Stadia page, adding that “You no longer need to physically connect the Stadia controller to your computer to play your favorite titles. You can link your Stadia controller and Stadia.com through your Wi-Fi network and play without a USB-C cable connection. ”

It should be remembered that at the time of its launch, Google Stadia only allowed to play wirelessly with Chromecast Ultra and with certain compatible Android devices.

Source: latercera.com

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