AT&T Subscribers Can Stream Control Ultimate Edition For Free

ATT Control Free

AT&T is basically giving Control Ultimate Edition away for free to its subscribers. In a partnership with Google, the carrier began offering a white-label version of Stadia to stream Batman: Arkham Knight last year. Now with Control, this marks AT&T and Google’s second game via what the two are calling ‘Immersive Stream for Games.’

It lets subscribers access the game on Android smartphones and tablets, as well as iOS devices and even computers. All you have to do is go to the direct page through a browser. Then gameplay starts right up after logging your age and entering your AT&T phone number and billing zip code.

You even get access to the full version of the game and all of its DLC content. It’s a pretty cool little perk if you’re already an AT&T customer and haven’t played this game. While AT&T is likely to offer more titles in time, at the rate it’s taken the carrier to push out two titles, we wouldn’t expect a large collection anytime soon.


Play Control for free using your AT&T smartphone or tablet

Obviously the focused benefit here is playing this game on mobile devices. While it does work on PC browsers, it’s clear that AT&T and Google are trying to highlight phone and tablet use. Should you choose to play on a phone or tablet, you can stream Control Ultimate Edition over WiFi or mobile data. Though your experience may vary depending on how fast and reliable your mobile data connection is.

The Immersive Stream system will tell you if it thinks you’ll experience issues over mobile data, too. So you can use that to decide if you should wait till you have access to WiFi or not. Playing on phones and tablets also supports both touch controls or the use of a connected controller.

AT&T doesn’t mention anything about plan lockouts, so as long as you subscribe to AT&T you should be able to take advantage of this cool benefit. You may need to have a postpaid plan though so keep that in mind if things aren’t working. But as far as we can tell, the only prerequisite is that you live in the US. You can also check out the trailer for this launch below.