Google Stadia Controller Now Works Wirelessly with Computers


Stadia Controller now gets new compatibility. Google’s Stadia Controller can now be used without a wired connection. You can now use the Stadia Controller to play your favorite games wirelessly. Now, you don’t need to plug the controller to your PC system or to the gaming console.

If you are using the Stadia Controller with PC or Laptop with limited ports, then you can use this Controller wirelessly now. It works with the home Wi-Fi network. The gamepad requires you to connect with the Wi-Fi network. You can now have the same gaming experiences across every device.

You can now quickly switch between the devices from TV to PC. If you want to use this Stadia Controller with your Android Device, then there’s no support for Android. You can’t use it wirelessly with Android devices. We don’t know whether we will get the wireless support for Android or not.

You can get more information about this new update from the announcement made on Twitter. Here’s the tweet with all the useful information.

Most gaming controllers work with Bluetooth connections. However, not all PCs and Laptops come with Bluetooth connection. If you want to use the Stadia Controller with the PCs and Laptops with no Bluetooth, you will have to connect through USB Type-C port. But from now, you can do it by connecting the Stadia Controller with the Wi-Fi router.

The Stadia Controller can be bought for $69 or you can go with the Stadia Premium Edition Bundle for $129. The bundle package of the Stadia Controller includes a Chromecast Ultra with three months of premium Subscription of Stadia Pro.

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