Google Stadia leak suggests free version coming next year - but 4K will cost you

Just hours head of Google's official Stadia stream, pricing details are already leaking about the upcoming streaming platform and the information suggests the Google Stadia will offer a free version. 
According to Canadian newspaper La Press (via Kotaku ), the Google Stadia will offer both a subscription service as well as offering users to purchase games individually. 
La Press reports that when the Stadia launches in November it will offer a subscription costing CA$11 (roughly $9, £7 or AU$11) per month. This paid option will allow users to access some Stadia games at 4K resolution/60FPS but won't cover the latest games - which you need to purchase separately.
However, there will also be a free option for Google Stadia launching next year. The "Stadia Base" model is completely free but only lets users play at 1080p resolution.
In 2020, Google will launch a “Stadia Base” model that’s totally free, but only allows you to play games at 1080p resolution.
[This is a breaking news story. We will update this information as we get more.]

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