Users can Livestream games directly to YouTube tomorrow
Google Stadia and YouTube had to work together — thanks to the cloud magic, you would be able to click an ad from YouTube to start playing a game immediately, YouTubers would instantly invite your viewers to enter their game, and most importantly, developers would be able to live Stadia games instantly on YouTube by pressing them to.
Neither occurred in Stadia last November, but it seems like the biggest thing will happen tomorrow: any user of Stadia is able to live on YouTube directly from tomorrow.
Details and Specification
Feature appeared to be rolling out, and we spotted the ability to link a YouTube account in our Stadia accounts as well — though not the ability to actually stream yet. I guess we’ll try that tomorrow.
Feature seemed to be running out and we found that we also could connect a YouTube account to our Stadia accounts — but we have not yet been able to stream. Tomorrow, I think we’ll try.
It is also not clear whether you can still stream in 4K, as Stadia promised. Even you probably need to subscribe to Stadia Pro for $9.99 a month, equivalent to 4K.
Cyberpunk 2077 arrives this week at a time when new generation consoles and the newest graphical cards are exceedingly difficult and costly to purchase for you to build your own strong PC. It’s still the largest test for Stadia, and one on which the company is banking: Cyberpunk purchase comes for a short time with a complete package of free Stadia hardware, not unlike the set it offered YouTube Premium subscribers free of charge.