Google Stay Pro will be free for the next two months

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Within the many movements of reduce price or offer free of charge a service for a limited time, Google looks like it’s going to be the actor more prominent (with the permission of PornHub). And is that the company from Mountain View has just announce which, given that video games are an important form of socialization, they are going to offer free Google Stay Pro.

The promotion shall enter into force on today in 14 countries, and will run for two months. We speak of saving around 20 euros during that period, and be able to play on with good quality at an extensive catalog, that while not great news, it can be enjoyed greatly. Our co-Xataka have been tested Stay for three months, and experience, they have found very positive.

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Stay Pro will also lower quality temporarily

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As has been done in the great services of streaming of series and movies, Google has announced that with Stay going to reduce the top quality of 4K resolution to 1080palthough they do not speak of rate of phrases. According to Google, they do so “to further reduce the load on the Internet”, under the premise that the majority of people playing on a desktop or laptop, you will notice a large lowering of quality.

The users that begin to play with Stay in this promotion, you will be able to play completely free of charge to these games that Google has already given away: ‘Destiny 2: The Collection’, ‘GRID’, ‘Gylt’, ‘SteamWorld Dig 2’, SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech, Serious Sam Collection, Spitlings, Stacks on Stacks (on Stacks), and Thumper.


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Google Stay Pro will be free for the next two months

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Antonio Sabán

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