Stadia Just Added A Much-Requested Feature

Share your screenshots and videos.


The Google Stadia website has just been updated with a feature that people have been waiting for since the system's launch--the ability to access your game capture library. The Stadia controller features a "capture" button, but until now players have not been able to share the screenshots and videos they take.

Stadia has today announced that the much-wanted feature is now live, and players can log into their accounts and access their game capture libraries to show off their best shots and videos from Stadia games like Red Dead Redemption 2 and Borderlands 3.

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The capture functionality of Stadia is similar to the Nintendo Switch--you can either press the button once for a screenshot or hold it down to capture the last 30 seconds of gameplay. Stadia owners with a Pro subscription are able to save up to 500 video clips and unlimited screenshots. Owners without a subscription can only save 100 clips.

The option is not yet available on the Stadia mobile app.

Stadia had a rocky launch, but the system has several exclusives planned for 2020, and will also be getting Baldur's Gate III, a game you won't be able to play on PS4 or Xbox One.

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