Since the launch of the cloud-gaming platform Stadia, Google has been updating it regularly fixing bugs and bringing some improvements to make the platform run seamlessly. This week, the Stadia team has rolled out a slew of updates for its web app, fixing a variety of player complaints.
Recently, Google made the biggest improvements to its Stadia for web experience is the addition of 4K support and the ability to play wirelessly with the Stadia Controller. Since then, the tech giant has been giving its effort in making this platform a great way to play for gamers.
With this update, Google has tweaked the UI of the web platform to make it easier for gamers to play without any hindrance. Until now, the “Headset connected” notification on Stadia appears at the top-left of the screen, obscuring the “Home” and “Store” menu buttons which were quite disturbing for some users. The good thing is with this update, the “Headset connected” notification now appears below the new menu bar, which stored all the options.
Google also rolled out another improvement in the last few days, one that should be particularly helpful for those who prefer to play Stadia with the controller. Before this update, users couldn’t use their Stadia controller to select the play button for games in your library. Well, with this update, Google has fixed this issue and now, you can start any game in your Stadia library with just your controller.
Apart from these changes, Google has promised to bring more quality changes in the upcoming months to make the platform better for gamers to play heavy irrespective of their machine capabilities.
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