Google Offers 30-Minute Stadia Pro Free Trial

Google Offers 30-Minute Stadia Pro Free Trial. Currently, streaming games are now becoming more or less a staple in the industry gaming, but not everyone is sold on the idea yet. As a matter of fact, some might get more apprehensive about trying a 30-day free trial, most especially if they happen to be the type that would actually forget such a trial automatically charges you at the very end of the period.

Google Offers 30-Minute Stadia Pro Free Trial

For all those that would like to dip their toes into that market, Google Stadia happens to have their new experiment in testing that would offer you half an hour just to test if streaming games is for you.

Google Offers 30-Minute Stadia Pro Free Trial

One of the best parts of streaming games is the ability for you to just click on an ad for a game and just right then begin playing the game immediately. That has not happened at the moment, for better or for worse, though Google Play’s Instant games would be becoming closer to that vision on Android.

The idealized system now would have been a very great way for users not to just test a game but would also test whether you possess the hardware or the data for you to support that game.

Google Stadia Pro Free Trial in Testing

Currently, Google would be testing out that idea by Playing around with tons of new types of free trials for Stadia. The game streaming service told The Verge that it would be running an experiment where Stadia semi-randomly offers a game to try for just some short period of time.

The period of time is limited to just around 30 minutes sessions, but that also would have a chance to change, depending on Stadia’s Whims.

Unlike Stadia’s normal 30-day free trial library is not available for testing. They would only be offering a game at a time, and currently Hello Engineer. Different testers would, however, might get to see other titles, but this experiment is yet to be available widely at the moment.


One major difference happens to be a free trial that would only require you to sign in to a Google account and nothing else. You still would have to go through a couple of pages of notices and confirmations.

But that still happens to defeat the fact to provide payment information right before getting a game streamer appetizer. Eventually, Stadia actually might eventually head straight towards that model if this experiment turns out to be more successful in turning testers into paying their subscribers.


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