According tomedia reports, Google has just launched another additional service for Chromebook users, including the Stadia cloud gaming service. This new benefit differs from the existing Stadia offer to Chromebook owners, which is a Premiere Edition discount for specific model owners. This time, Google will give Chromebook users three months of free access to the Stadia Pro, but only some of those who buy Chromebook will be eligible.
For those who don’t know, Google offers special circular benefits for consumers who buy Chromebooks, giving the company more incentive to buy Chrome OS laptops and introducing them to their new services. As one of these benefits, the company recently added a year-long Dropbox cloud storage free service, and now just days later has added a new feature: the free Stadia Pro.
Although Stadia itself is free, the Pro version is not. This paid subscription service gives stadium players access to discounts that other users cannot obtain and instant access to free matches added to the service each month. Professional users can also play 4K resolution games and support 5.1 surround sound. The issue fee is $9.99 per month.
Under the Chromebook Extras program, anyone with a Chrome OS laptop released in June 2017 or later will receive the extra allowance. The three-month Stadia Pro typically costs $29.97, making it one of the better benefits for Chromebook users. Cloud games are the type of games these low-power devices can handle.