Stadia-compatible controllers and screens
Stadia can be played on a computer, on a TV (with a Chromecast Ultra), Pixel 2, Pixel 3, Pixel 3a, or Pixel 4 via a variety of peripherals. Below is a table that shows peripheral connectivity with each type of device (with the device system requirements).
Note: Playing Stadia on a TV requires the Stadia Controller*.
The table below shows the types of available device connectivity per peripheral type:
|Peripheral type||TV||Via Google Chrome (version 77 or greater)||Pixel 2, 3, 3a, or 4 with Android 10.0 or greater|
|Stadia Controller||WiFi connectivity||USB connectivity||USB connectivity|
|Keyboard and mouse||Currently unavailable||USB & Bluetooth connectivity||Currently unavailable|
|DualShock 4 Controller||Currently unavailable||USB & Bluetooth connectivity||USB & Bluetooth connectivity|
|Xbox One Controller||Currently unavailable||USB & Bluetooth connectivity||USB & Bluetooth connectivity|
|Xbox One Elite Controller||Currently unavailable||USB connectivity||USB connectivity|
|Xbox Adaptive Controller||Currently unavailable||USB & Bluetooth connectivity||USB & Bluetooth connectivity|
|Xbox 360 Controller||Currently unavailable||USB connectivity||USB connectivity|
|Switch Pro Controller||Currently unavailable||USB & Bluetooth connectivity||Currently unavailable|
Some of the controllers listed above may require additional drivers in order to properly function with Stadia on Windows, MacOS, Linux, and ChromeOS.
The “Home” button for the Xbox Adaptive Controller is not supported on Android, Linux, or ChromeOS.
The “Home” button for Xbox controllers on Windows may open the Windows Game bar when pressed, and thus is not supported by Stadia on Windows.
Bluetooth for Xbox One Wireless Controllers is not supported on Linux.
*The table above does not provide an exhaustive list of controllers that may be used with Stadia - other controllers may also work with Stadia, depending on their compatibility with Chrome and Android.