Google Nest Hub Max: A New Update Adds Thousands of New Games

by Janessa Watson Writer

Now play Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and many other exciting video games on your Nest Hub Max with the newly launched update. Google has dropped a new update for its smart displays such as Nest Hub Max that will allow users to access thousands of new party games such as Jeopardy, and more.

Google also added Escape the Room and Trivia Crack. A spin-off video game “Dustin from Stranger Things” is also added into your Nest Hub Max from Netflix.

The reason behind releasing games on Nest Hub devices is that it will aid the new Continuous Match Mode of Google Assistant. This mode enables users to have an on-going chat with Google Assistant. This new mode will also ask and promote users to buy in-game products. This means Google will be earning a plethora of money with these new games and the new mode.

Although all newly launched games are not totally optimized and may contain a few bugs and other gameplay issues, gladly most games are very engaging and work optimally without a single glitch. Google proclaimed that there would be many other games launch for its Smart Displays until the conclusion of this year.

Will You Also Get Stadia on Your Nest Hub Max?

How fantastic would it be if Google also launches the Stadia video game streaming service to our Nest Hub Max? Yes, these new titles that Google has added recently are still impressive, but it would be like a dream coming true if they drop Stadia for smart displays as well.

Whereas Google has not proclaimed anything about Stadia’s availability on Nest Hub Max yet, they have recently added a new addition to the Stadia streaming service.

In a recent update for Stadia, users can now stream games without using Wi-Fi via the 5G or 4G connection. Now it is easy for the users to play games even if they can’t access Wi-Fi. It is an excellent initiative because now many new users will join Stadia. Millions of users around the world don’t have Wi-Fi but willing to use Stadia with their mobile data. Google was assuring its users for months that it will be making Stadia functional with 4G and 5G mobile data, and now the last update has finally launched this feature. It is not currently official out, but users can try the Beta Stadia to play games over 4G and 5G connections.

Emily Hadley is an avid technical blogger, a magazine contributor, a publisher of guides at Blogs Book, and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world. Read My Site theratingstar


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