Stadia Controller goes wireless, which is good news if you're looking to game while doing the dishes

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      After a six month wait, Google’s Stadia controller is finally functional wirelessly for those looking to do the dish, fold laundry, or make dinner while gaming on their laptops and desktops.

      Previously the controller had to be directly connected to a computer via a USB-C wire, or used in conjunction with a TV and Chromecast Ultra.

      Where most controllers connect to the device your playing on, Stadia will now connect to Google servers through Wi-Fi, something that the tech giant says will deliver “precise controls” for users.

      While this is good news for PC owners—and in fact something they’ve been waiting for since the Stadia controller was introduced last November—the device is still not usable on Android phones.

      In related news, the wireless announcement comes with news that DOOM Eternal is now on sale from the Stadia store.