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E3 is only a few days away, offering plenty of first glimpses and fresh looks at some of the biggest upcoming games. But with rumors and news around cloud gaming and new consoles, there could be more in store for gamers at the 2019 edition.

But Google wasn’t interested in waiting until for E3 to kick-off to talk more about Stadia.

The biggest news coming out of Google’s E3 Livestream was that Stadia will begin rolling out in November of 2019. To kick-off the rollout, players will need a Chromecast and Stadia controller to get things started and will be releasing a “Founder’s Edition” for $130 to help gamers get started. The “Founder’s Edition” will also include three months of Stadia access.

The controller will be $70 on its own.

Google does plan to rollout Stadia to browsers and phones, but those won’t be available until 2020 at the earliest.

As for price, Stadia’s initial version will be available for $9.99 a month when it launches. This version will support up to 4K resolution, 60FPS, will allow gamers to buy whenever they want, Stadia-Pro exclusive discounts, and additional free games regularly. There will also be a free version, but it will be trimmed down in certain areas like resolution and free games.

And Google is going to make sure there are plenty of games from the get-go. Google revealed “Baldur’s Gate III,” which will be available on Stadia. Google also showed off big titles like “Destiny 2,” “Division 2,” “Shadow of the Tomb Raider,” “Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey,” and the upcoming “Ghost Recon: Breakpoint” will be available on Stadia.

E3 officially kicks off Tuesday, June 11.