We're just a couple of months away from the release of Google Stadia, the cloud-based gaming service that is set to change the landscape of gaming from here on out. Or, at least, that's what Google hopes. They truly believe game streaming is what will dominate the market here in a couple of years. They certainly are championing the movement with their streaming service. \n \nMany in the industry have been skeptical that it can actually work. Their reservations are certainly fair, too. To have a user-friendly experience streaming games, you would need an amazing internet connection. Truthfully, not every has access to this type of lightening-fast internet that can support the specs that Stadia is requiring. Google seems to have an answer, though. They're so confident in their platform that they're letting users test it out for free. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=BeFnQrgtZ9k \n \nAccording to John Justice, the Head of Product, these trails will be available after the Stadia officially launches in November. Google is offering these trials for several reasons. First and foremost, they want people to see their technology at play. Interacting with it first-hand and seeing what the frame rates and visuals actually are like is key in getting gamers to make the switch to the cloud-based system. The trials seem perfect for those who aren't quite sure this type of system can work. \n \nThese trials could be a deciding factor for a lot of gamers, so Google has a lot on the line after their initial launch. Will the gaming community support Stadia and ditch their consoles forever? That remains to be seen, but Google certainly is willing to bet the house on their novel system. \n \nIn addition to testing out Stadia, these trials also will let pro subscribers experience some of the games for free. A membership to Stadia Pro is $10 per month. Gamers who have one will be able to explore titles for an extended period of time, helping them decide if they want to make a purchase. \n \nSo far, there are a lot of incredible games coming to the Stadia. These include Doom: Eternal, Watch Dogs: Legion, Borderlands 3, Marvel's Avengers, and Cyberpunk 2077. These are some highly anticipated games on the horizon. It's clear that Google is going after the best of the best in efforts to get people to use their platform. They have a lot of work ahead, but they seem keen on delivering the most revolutionary cloud-based system for gamers. Let's see if Google Stadia can deliver all that has been promised.