Google has announced that the Stadia controller will finally work wirelessly with laptops and desktops starting this week. According to The Verge, Google made the announcement through Engadget. Since the launch of the cloud game service in November, the only way to use the controller wirelessly was to play Stadia on your TV with a Chromecast Ultra.
The Stadia controller, when used wirelessly, connects to Google’s servers via WiFi instead of connecting to the device you have via Bluetooth, like most other game controllers. According to Google, this helps the controller & # 39; to deliver accurate controls & # 39 ;. One Stadia controller costs 69 USD. The Stadia Premiere Edition bundle costs 129 USD, including a Chromecast Ultra and a three-month paid Stadia Pro subscription. (ANI)