According to sources at GDC 2019, Google announced Stadia, its game streaming platform. Stadia will work across devices from smart phones, tablets, TVs, laptops, and PCs via Chrome. It integrates YouTube as well, allowing developers to add a Play button to game video on YouTube and lets users immediately play the game on Chrome. Stadia will leverage Google's data centres that are present in 200 plus countries and territories.
Meanwhile Google's Phil Harrison took to stage to show off Assassin's Creed Odyssey working across a Chromebook, Pixel 3, and TV via Chromecast in a seamless fashion. Furthermore, you can use your own controllers or keyboard and mouse on Stadia on your PC or laptop.
Furthermore in addition to this, Google revealed the Stadia controller. It links to data centres directly via WiFi. It features two new buttons a Capture button that allows players to share to friends, themselves or the world via YouTube. There's also a Google Assistant button to assist players in-game. Moreover Stadia won't be restricted to single-player games. Google confirmed that multiplayer games will be supported as well and these would include battle royale and couch-based co-op experiences.