One of the most interesting features of Google Stadia is the possibility of using the wireless Pro Controller connected not with the device from which you use the service, but with your own network, to minimize game input lag. This until now was only possible through the chromecast or otherwise systems Android.
In the coming days though, Google will also begin to implement this function for users who wish to use the streaming gaming service also from a PC. If before it was necessary to use the controller connected via a USB-C connector, you can soon use the controller by connecting to your Wi-Fi network without problems.
That Google is trying to put a piece on the disaster obtained with Google Stadia is obvious, but will it be enough?