Stadia fans can now jump into The Elder Scrolls Online as it has released on Stadia and it's free to claim on Stadia Pro. It seems it's only for a limited time though and will leave Stadia Pro on July 16 so if you are interested you might want to grab it now.
The Elder Scrolls Online on Stadia has cross-play with Windows/macOS, cross-progression and if you own the expansions on Steam it appears they're picked up on Stadia fine too. That's about where the good parts end though really.
We tested it here and it repeatedly put us into 720p and we had to use the Stadia Plus plugin to force 1080p. Stadia really, badly, needs a built-in resolution picker as I've seen games do this repeatedly with no other way than the external Stadia Plus plugin to help. Their own performance picker doesn't force a resolution, only set the limits of what it will do overall.
As for the actual game, it's quite a let-down. If you've read previous Stadia articles from me, you will know by now I quite enjoy the service for the convenience it offers and it has largely been a positive experience for me. Destiny 2, Assassins Creed and Division 2 all work very well on it. The Elder Scrolls Online is a different story. Like PUBG, it's clearly been ported at a lower visual quality and it's also locked to 30FPS. Lower visuals at 30FPS is not going to win anyone over.
In other Stadia news, Google has now reduced the Premier Edition price to $99/£89.99 for their fancy Stadia Controller and a Chromecast Ultra.