Google’s famous Cloud Gaming service, Stadia launched back in the year 2019. From that time the service is trying its level best to achieve each goal of success and to meet every criteria of present world. That’s maybe the reason that in a span of one year google stadia is providing 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, which is the most demanding tech of this era.
When it comes to the comparison between Google Stadia and Xbox Series X, there is a room for improvement in terms of loading time. Recently, the Cloud Gaming Extreme uploaded a video, featuring the loading time of both devices, on its YouTube channel.
In the respective video they ran four top-notched games which were:
- Assassins Creed: Valhalla
- Destiny 2: Beyond Light
- Watch Dogs: Legion
- Sniper Elite 4
Both of these devices had an incredible loading time as both of them were processing games in a matter of seconds. Meanwhile, these seconds were responsible for deciding the device, which had a better loading time. And for this Xbox Series X won the title. Let’s give you a brief overview of the loading time of each game.
Assassins Creed: Valhalla:
In Valhalla, the Google Studio loaded the game before the Xbox Series X but the difference between the loading time of both devices was only 1 second as Xbox took 1 minute 4 seconds on contrary, Google Stadia took 1 minute and 3 seconds. But still every second matters so for Valhalla, Cloud Gaming won it.
Destiny 2: Beyond Light
Here, Xbox Series X won with an incredible difference of 12 seconds. It took 1 minute and 18 seconds whereas, the Stadia took one and a half minute.
Watch Dogs: Legion
The difference for Watch dog is far greater than destiny 2. As it was more than 20 seconds. Wait, a huge difference is about to come.
Sniper Elite 4
For Elite 4 Xbox Series X took merely 35 seconds which was the lowest loading time among all the mentioned games. On the contrary, Google Stadia loaded it in 1 minute 4 seconds. Here the difference was of approximately 30 seconds.
So, while comparing the result, one could say that Microsoft’s next-generation console won this battle of Loading Time.