Today, Google unveiled pricing details for Stadia, the company's forthcoming game streaming service. Stadia Pro, the service's premium subscription model, will cost $9.99 per month. That subscription will get you "regular content" added to your library, and will support Stadia's highest quality level: 4K, HDR, 60fps.
While the Pro subscription gets you some games automatically, games for Stadia can be purchased on their own, just like on other platforms.
Google also announced a limited edition launch pack called the Stadia Founder's Edition for $129. It comes with a limited-edition gamepad, a Chromecast Ultra, Destiny 2: The Collection, and a three month subscription to Stadia Pro (plus a three-month buddy pass). Purchasing the Founder's Edition will also give you first dibs on claiming your Stadia username.
As for the games, Stadia will launch with games from publishers like Ubisoft, Square Enix, and Activition. Assassin's Creed Odyssey, which Google used to test its streaming prototype, will be available, along with The Division 2, Doom and all three of the Tomb Raiders. For a full list of games, head over here.
The minimum requirements are 10 Mbps download and 1 Mbp upload, while 35 Mbps is recommended for playing games in 4K.
Google has yet to reveal an official release date, but Canadian news site Lapresse has published a list of Stadia details ahead of today's announcement (most of which were confirmed during the stream) pointing to a November 14 release date.
Initially, you'll need a Stadia Pro subscription to buy games, but next year "base" accounts will become available, allowing you to purchase games without a subscription.