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The Google Stadia is updating its features, making it easier to play video games on the go, or while you’re not at home. Announced on Tuesday, users will soon be able to game over 4G or 5G signals, a huge change for the gaming industry. The Google Stadia previously required Wi-Fi.

With this being said, many people are expecting a limit on the games you can use this new privilege with. But that might not be the case. Stadia is not limited to mobile focused games according to Andrew Gebhart of Cnet. You will be able to play AAA titles usually reserved for high end PCs or consoles.

Although, the new feature would most likely need a good amount of space and data to be used. It also would need a strong connection on the wireless network in order for the gamer to have a positive experience without lag.

This is a developing story, more details to come.

For more information, please refer to this story covered by Andrew Gebhart.