This week on the Chrome Cast, we get into all the news that came from the Google For Games Developer Summit. From a bit of a surprise announcement around Steam games on Chromebooks to Stadia officially being white labeled as a Google Cloud service to Google Play Games finally arriving on Windows PCs, there was a lot to discuss in the gaming world from a Google fan’s point of view.
We also spend a bit of time discussing some fun, new features available on Chrome OS 99 and the fact that I have once again pivoted in my smartphone ownership. That’s right, folks: it’s back to the Pixel 6 for me!
- Chrome OS 99 features you should try out [VIDEO]
- So, let’s talk about those Windows games rumored to be coming to Stadia
- “Immersive Stream for Games” will let companies use Stadia technology as a white label service
- You will no longer need to have an account to access the Stadia store or to play free games
- New Google Classroom features include some advanced “Google magic”
- The Chrome Cast 156: an interview with Google’s Taryn Sullivan
- [Update: Coming Soon] And just like that, Google announces Steam Alpha for Chromebooks
- Google really wants big developers to get their titles running on Google Play Games for PC
- Google Play Games for PC beta goes live and gets shown off in video by early users (No gameplay)