Google is trying to bring more people to its Stadia cloud gaming service by handing out Free Stadia Premiere Edition bundles to YouTube Premium subscribers.
YouTube Premium subscribers are getting a little surprise from Google this holiday season – the tech company is giving out free Stadia Premiere Edition bundles, each including a Stadia controller and a Chromecast Ultra. New Stadia subscribers can expect to pay $100 for the bundle, but now Google is giving them free to YouTube Premium subscribers in an effort to help them make the transition to Stadia.
Note that the Chromecast Ultra is not the new Chromecast with Google TV, that was released recently. The latter will only get Stadia support at some point in Q1 2021. This, of course, doesn’t affect the fact that this is a sweet deal.
If you plan on subscribing to YouTube Premium right now, in order to benefit, tough luck. The promotion is only available to existing YouTube Premium subscribers since November 6.
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Stadia was only launched around a year ago and has enriched its games library with some hot new titles, including Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla and Destiny 2: Beyond Light which came to Stadia at the same time as it did on other platforms.
Stadia also recently released a Family Sharing feature so users can share their games library with friends or family members for free. The feature is expected to increase users on the platform, and it’s only one of Google’s recent attempts to do so.
The offer can be redeemed by December 31, 2020.
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