Since the cloud gaming platform’s launch in mid-November, Stadia users wanting to play on a TV have had to use Chromecast Ultra devices that shipped with their Stadia bundle and came with the latest firmware.
“We have rolled out an update to existing Chromecast Ultras that allow them to work with Stadia,” Google tweeted on Wednesday. “Grab your Stadia Controller, sync it to any Chromecast Ultra & start playing on an additional TV in your house.”
Stadia launched with several missing features which are being rolled out as and when they’re ready.
Pre-launch, Stadia director of product Andrey Doronichev said Google’s approach to releasing features is “gradual rollout and continuous improvement” based on user feedback.
While Ghost Recon Breakpoint introduced Stadia’s Stream Connect feature, which lets players share their screen by streaming one player’s view directly into another player’s view, the Stadia version of Borderlands 3 only includes the content and fixes released on other platforms through October 24.