Google finally launched Stadia, its all-new cloud gaming platform, today. Gamers all over the globe have been waiting to try out this all-new gaming experience by Google. And the wait is finally over; the services are rolling out now.
Well, Google Stadia is live now. And a lot of users are having issues in understanding this new platform. Some of the users are asking about the procedures, whereas some are facing problems with Chromecast. Here, we will be discussing a recently asked question. Several users are asking why their Chromecast Ultra is not working with Google Stadia.
Stay tuned if you are facing the same issue with your Chromecast and Stadia, as we have mentioned the solution for this issue too.
Google has officially posted about this issue right after the launch. According to the official statement, not-bundled Chromecast devices will not support the Stadia services as of now. But, the devices will support Stadia after the update, which will be rolling out next week.
You can check if your Chromecast Ultra can work with Google Stadia. For this, you just need to check out the current version of your Chromecast device. If the current version of your device is 1.42.180348 or above, it will support Stadia for sure.
But, if the Chromecast device is not running the latest version, you have to wait till the Stadia update rolls out for your device. Google recommends using the Chromecast Ultra in the bundle to run Stadia.
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