Google has shared a video about the Stadia service, which contains new information for gamers.
First of all, I note that at the time the service is launched, the Stadia gamepad will only support wireless connectivity when working with Chromecast Ultra. In this case, the controller will connect directly to the Stadia servers via Wi-Fi in order to reduce the delay. For smartphones, tablets, and PCs, you'll need a USB-C cable to connect the gamepad.
Google says that its priority is Stadia’s work on TVs, as the company wants users to enjoy the service on a large screen. Thus, for a gamer, launching a Stadia will be similar to launching a PlayStation / Xbox using a wireless controller.
Let me remind you, the launch of Google Stadia will be held on November 19. Owners of the Stadia Founder’s Edition (including a gamepad and Chromecast Ultra) will be the first to test the service. More globally, the service will become available in 2020.
Source: The verge