Google has announced the launch of stadiums with two months of stages pro. It's actually rolling out over the next 48 hours starting April 8th.
If you have Gmail, you can easily subscribe to stadiums. Just go to Stadia.com or download the Stadia app for Android or iOS. You can play on your laptop, desktop or chrome tablet with a USB controller (or mouse and keyboard).
The free version of Stadiums, simply called Google Stadiums, is limited to 1080p, 60fps, and stereo sound. But anyone who signs up and gets access to the premium version, Stadium Pro, that upgrades you to 4K and HDR gameplay, is free for two months.
Fourteen countries can access the free trial stadiums in Pro. Users in these countries will also have nine games, including Grid, Destiny 2: The Gathering and Thumper. Users can buy and save the game on the service.
After the two-month Stadiums Pro trial, the free stadiums service will resume. If you decide to upgrade to Pro Membership stadiums after the trial ends, note that it costs £8.99 per month in the UK ($9.99 in the US).
However, due to the pandemic and the influx of more people online, Google plans to temporarily change the service's default screen resolution from 4K to 1080p. “The vast majority of people on a desktop PC or laptop won't notice a significant drop in gameplay quality,” Google explained.
Google also said stadium users can change their data usage options in the app.