Hello again! The past 12 months haven’t been easy. And I think we’re all hopeful that we may be starting to see some flickers of light at the end of this long COVID-19 tunnel thanks to the tireless work of the medical community and people around the world.
Audio is often one of the most overlooked aspects in video games by players. To some, it comes across as nothing more than window dressing. It’s hard for a player to ignore the flashy on-screen action and sophisticated mechanics on display, but a game’s audio can disappear into the background of an experience. Knowing some audiences don’t pay attention to, or completely miss out on the immense amount of work that goes into game audio is truly disappointing. This is because great game audio has the ability to transform an experience into something you’ll never forget. Made even more intense when paired with a great headset.
Have a look at what comes with the Razer Wolverine V2, a wired gaming controller built for Xbox Series X|S. Featuring Razer mecha-tactile buttons, extra remappable buttons, and a hair-trigger mode, fine-tune your new next-gen weapon just the way you like it.
We launched Stadia with the goal of making your favorite games instantly available wherever you want to play them. With the recent successful launch of Cyberpunk 2077 on Stadia, gameplay on all types of devices, including iOS, growing our slate of YouTube integrations, and our global expansions, it’s clear that Stadia’s technology has been proven and works at scale. Having games streamed to any screen is the future of this industry, and we’ll continue to invest in Stadia and its underlying platform to provide the best cloud gaming experience for our partners and the gaming community. This has been the vision of Stadia since the beginning.