When Google announced Stadia, it promised a future in which people would just have to open the search engine, put the name of a game, click and start playing. And today, finally this promise is finally coming true.
Users on social networks noticed that a few hours ago, when typing some game names in the Google search engine, a play now button now appears on the right side. By clicking on that link, the user is directly linked to the web to play that title in the cloud. Assuming that you are already logged in to Stadia, you can really get playing in one click, as long as the game is available in the catalog.
It looks like the Google search engine has a new update for cloud gaming platforms!!!
When searching for a game players can now launch a game directly from the search results using @GoogleStadia. pic.twitter.com/xblOsBpF6O
– Bryant Chappel (@BryantChappel) August 11, 2022
An interesting detail is that apparently people are not only getting the option to play on Stadia, but on various cloud gaming services. In the following image, courtesy of The Verge, we can see that Stadia does appear on the right side, but also Xbox xCloud, GeForce Now and even Amazon Luna. Thus, you can play the title in question in 1 click from any of the services you are subscribed to.
Apparently this function is still in the testing stage, because it only appears to some people intermittently and also does not appear for all games, although some are available in several of these services.