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AT&T Customers Can Play Batman: Arkham Knight Through Stadia For Free – Here’s How



AT&T Customers Can Play Batman: Arkham Knight Through Stadia For Free – Here’s How


An interesting cooperative opportunity has just burst onto the game scene. The unlikely combination of AT&T and Google Stadia will give customers of the old company the opportunity to play Batman: Arkham Knight for free.

According to a new report from 9to5Google, Google has reached an agreement with AT&T to provide a white label version of its software to the company. The white label in this context means that Google is allowing AT&T to use the Stadia software, although it will not use the same name.

AT&T has opened the opportunity for its wireless customers to play Batman: Arkham Knight through a web browser for free. AT&T customers can stream the game at 1080p from the Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge desktop browsers. So it’s as simple as playing with your mouse and keyboard or connecting a Bluetooth controller.

Screenshot: AT&T

To sign up for this promotion, simply go to the AT&T website and enter your credentials. You will need to enter a few things, like your AT&T phone number and billing zip code, before you have a chance to play. Once you have done that, you will be greeted with a “Play now for free” button and you can go ahead and load the game.

According to the article mentioned above, clicking the “Play Now” button opens a full-screen streamed version of the game that looks a lot like what you get from Stadia on Chrome or Edge. There is nothing on the site that explicitly links this service to Google Stadia, but both companies have confirmed to IGN that AT&T is using Stadia technology for the service.

This is a very interesting development of Google Stadia. The platform has had its fair share of issues since its launch, failed to dominate the gaming world, and dropped out of its own studios. This new partnership with AT&T could be the beginning of a change in which Stadia’s technology becomes more of a backbone for other streaming services.

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