When Stadia launched final yr, it was a cool concept in concept that felt a bit missing in observe. Seemingly easy issues like utilizing the Stadia controller wirelessly with telephones, or plugging in USB-C headsets, weren’t supported at first. Fortunately, Google is engaged on addressing these points with its cloud gaming service; the controller began working with telephones and laptops earlier this summer, and now it seems to be like USB-C headsets are usable as properly.

Within the September Savepoint replace, the Stadia crew confirmed that USB-C headsets at the moment are formally supported by the Stadia controller. The announcement does specify that it really works when taking part in on Chromecast or on the net, so it looks like cellular customers will nonetheless want to attach the headset on to their system.

When Stadia debuted, a assist web page promised that assist for USB-C headsets could be added “after launch.” It is taken a bit longer than most of us anticipated, however at the very least the power has lastly arrived. Now perhaps assist for pairing Bluetooth headphones to the controller is subsequent? The Stadia controller shipped with Bluetooth capabilities, however they’ve but to be enabled. Maybe by the point Stadia is officially supported on Google TV next year?