If you are one of those who took fist dibs at Google Stadia, here's some good news: the Search Engine's cloud gaming service will be launched on November 19.

Stadia's Vice President of Product John Justice said in a blog that the Founder's Edition of Stadia will be rolled out on the aforementioned date, and those who have pre-registered will be able to buy their favorite titles starting at 9:00 a.m. PST/12:00 p.m. EST.

Engadget pointed that players in Canada, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway will likewise enjoy Stadia during the initial launch.

Players who ordered either the Founder's Edition or the Premiere Edition will also be given three month's worth of Stadia Pro where they can access Destiny 2: The Collection. Justice added that Mortal Kombat 11, Red Dead Redemption 2, Borderlands 3 and a bunch of Elder Scrolls titles are among those that Stadia will be offering to its subscribers.

The $130 Stadia Founder's Edition comes with a limited-edition night blue controller, a Chromecast Ultra and a three-month Buddy Pass to Stadia Pro for a friend. This will allow players to share their Stadia experience to a gaming buddy.

They can also have “First dibs” on their Stadia Name for a more personalized touch.

Players can use the bundled Chromecast Ultra and the Stadia controller to play up to 4K HDR and 60fps with 5.1 surround sound provided that they maintain a 35mbps download speed. If not, opt to slug it out on their laptops, desktops or on selected tablets and Smartphones.

Google Stadia Jade Raymond
Google announced its new gaming platform, the Stadia. Jade Raymond, head of Google's Stadia, speaks during the GDC Game Developers Conference on March 19, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

The blog also pointed that both the Stadia Founder's Edition and the Stadia Premiere Edition will be shipped “in the same order that pre-orders were received.” Players will receive an email when their Stadia bundle is en route, while a activation code will be delivered soon after.

Google Stadia will be offered at $9.99 per month after the first three months. Should everything go smoothly, Google is planning to out a “Stadia Base subscription” where players can buy games individually and play them at 1080p.

The service was dubbed Project Stream when it debuted via a closed beta on October of last year. The launch will pit Google to compete against rival streaming services, including Sony's PlayStation Now, Microsoft's Project xCloud and GeForce Now of Nvidia.