Google Stadia is Shutting Down: It’s reasonable to predict that Google Stadia, a relatively new game streaming service, won’t be as popular as Xbox Cloud Gaming. This has led to speculation that Google will be shutting down the service, confirmed by a recent announcement.
At the end of Google Stadia is nearby!
Google Stadia shutting down: Phil Harrison, the veteran of Google Stadia, reported that the Stadia should not be available in January 2023, with the customer until January 18 to take advantage of the service. He will also obtain the payment of the stadiums purchased by the Google Store (Stadia in Controller, and Play and see with the Google TV Bundles).
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In addition, the content of the game and the addition will come from the Stadia store to return. All procedures will be done in the city center. However, Stadia Pro subscriptions and purchases from third-party vendors are non-refundable. “And while Stadia’s approach to streaming games for consumers was built on a strong technology foundation, it hasn’t gained the traction with users that we expected so we’ve made the difficult decision to begin winding down our Stadia streaming service.“
Although Google recently denied the claims of Stadia’s cancellation, three months later the situation changed! The IT giant shut down its Stadia game development studio last year.
Google also shut down the Stadia Store and blocked users from purchasing new products. All future pre-orders will also be canceled. Stadia customers can still play the game for months, but Google expects some titles to have gameplay issues. Most games allow you to transfer your progress to another platform.
However, that doesn’t mean Google is going to give up. We will also continue to use Stadia technology for YouTube, Google Play, and augmented reality projects. We will also continue to offer the same to third parties such as AT&T with our recently launched Immersive Gaming Stream.
We’re excited to see what Google has in store for the gaming industry in the future. We will keep you informed of developments. Until then, leave your thoughts on Google Stadia in the comments below.