More developers talk about shutting down Google Stadia

They guarantee that they are working on ways for players to continue playing their games.

With big promises for the gaming industry, Google Stadia, the tech giant’s cloud gaming service, will end its services in January. Although it didn’t work out so well here, many people use the platform and Developers guarantee that they work without losing games and progress on Stadia.

We already know that Ubisoft is working so that its fans who play on Stadia can continue their games and progress on PC, more specifically on Ubisoft Connect, their platform for PC.

Now other developers have spoken out on the matter, such as IO Interactive, the producer of Hitman. “To all our Hitman fans on Google Stadia. We hear from you – we’re looking for ways to extend your Hitman experience on other platforms.” said the developer on Twitter.

For Destiny 2 players, Bungie has Sent messages He says he is in the loop and has “started talking about the next steps” for his players. They will announce any new information about Destiny 2 accounts on Google Stadia as soon as they have something to say on the matter.

Players have been doing their best not to lose their Stadia saves

on The Stadia subreddit, players discussed their saves in Cyberpunk 2077, a game that came directly to Google’s platform at launch. “I’m more interested in saving myself than getting my money back,” said one editor. CD Projekt Red has yet to comment, but players themselves are looking for a way to “save the save” from Stadia.

The announcement of the shutdown of Google Stadia surprised even the developers. THE For example, Tequila Works announced that its Stadia-exclusive game Gylt will now be “ported” to other platforms.

Google has assured that it will refund all games purchased by players, as well as purchased hardware, such as a controller. The platform has nearly 300 titles that you can play by purchasing or subscribing to the game.

Stadia, which lost its chance to play a Hideo Kojima exclusive, will be shut down on January 18th, and everyone will be refunded before that date.

The streamer will miss out on nearly 6,000 hours of Red Dead Redemption 2 after Google Stadia ends

The streamer will miss out on nearly 6,000 hours of Red Dead Redemption 2 after Google Stadia ends
This time gives almost 250 days of play


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Via: Polygon


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