Yesterday, Google made its grand entrance into the world of game streaming.
The search giant announced Stadia at the Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco, showing off a bold vision for a gaming future where anyone could play any game on any screen, with all the hard processing work done at an off-site data center. It's not the first streaming service that's been meant to disrupt the industry, but it is one of the most convincing.
When it launches in 2019, however, a major question will be what games we'll be able to play on it. Google was pretty light on those particular specifics for this presentation, but we do know three titles.