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.]