How to use Google Stadia on Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
I haven’t heard a lot from Stadia lately. This project from Christian Cawley on Tom’s Hardware helps get Stadia closer to that promise of gaming wherever with whatever.
Despite its size and low power, the Raspberry Pi has proven to be a useful addition to any game streaming setup. While it won’t run modern games, it can stream them from a PC with Steam or Parsec, but with Google Stadia, you don’t even need a PC. Using its Chromium web browser, a controller and a strong Internet connection, the Raspberry Pi 4 can play any of Stadia’s AAA games.
The fact this works at all is somewhat amazing. Making Stadia available on as many platforms as possible via apps and the Chrome browser appears to be a key distribution strategy for Google, so there’s a chance that future updates might improve Pi streaming.
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