So far, the best ways to play games on a big screen in Google Stadia have been through Chromecast Ultra or some compatible smart TV. You can also play games on your computer on Google Chrome, or on your Android smartphone and tablet, as well as on your iPhone and iPad.
But as announced earlier this month, the cloud gaming service announced its arrival on Android TV. Or at least some Android TV devices are able to run it without any issues.
You can now play Google Stadia on Nvidia Shield or Xiaomi Mi Box
That day has arrived, and it’s now possible to run the Google Stadia catalog on devices like the Xiaomi Mi Box 3 and 4, or on the Nvidia Shield. Chromecast is also supported with Google TV, also known as Sabrina.
To start playing on your Android TV / Google TV, just go to the Google Play Store, and search for Stadia. You can also install the application via your computer, and access the Google Play Store via from this link. After installation, you select your account and you just need to connect a compatible remote control to the device.
Google Stadia compatible devices
- Chromecast com Google TV
- Hisense Smart TV Android U7G, U8G eU9G
- Nvidia Shield TV
- Nvidia Shield TV Pro
- Walmart Onn FHD Streaming Stick e UHD Streaming Device
- Philips 8215, 8505, e OLED TV 935/805 Series com Android TV
- Xiaomi Mi Box 3 and Xiaomi Mi Box 4 / S.
I have already installed it on my Xiaomi Mi Box 4 and everything seems to be working fine. If you have a good internet connection, a remote control and such equipment, this is a great way to play your favorite games without spending a lot.
4gnews editors recommend: