If you have wondered if it is possible to play a triple A title without having a powerful computer or a latest generation console, Google Stadia makes them possible with remote projection.
Basically, Google’s system runs the game on its own servers and you only see a projection on your Android device. The most common problems in this way of playing are related to the Internet connection.
Unsurprisingly, many analysts believed it would be the company’s next big flop. However, recently Google responded about a future closure of Stadia.
“Former co-worker and friend of mine, now one of Google’s regional managers. Actually, he was the one who helped me get started with Stadia. They had a pretty big seminar for employees/retailers in California last weekend, and long story short, Google is starting their exit plan. They did not have an exact date when the service will end. Happen, but they said that by the end of the summer, ”explained an alleged insider.
— Killed by Google 🌻🇺🇦 (@killedbygoogle) July 28, 2022
However, the Google Stadia Twitter account immediately posted a message to gamers. “Stadia is not shutting down. Rest assured, we are always working to bring more great games to the platform and to Stadia Pro,” the statement read.
Just a heads up
Old coworker of mine is now one of the social managers for Google. They had a pretty large seminar in California this past weekend, and long story short you can now play Wavetale at no additional cost on Stadia Pro until August 1: https://t.co/2O6P0Kd8Kd pic.twitter.com/Hjo0pvARKx
— Stadia ☁️🎮 (@GoogleStadia) July 29, 2022
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