Google Shuts Down Stadia Gaming Platform

A few years ago Google launched a consumer gaming service, Stadia. Stadia allowed streaming games for consumers. Google is shutting down Stadia as it hasn’t gained traction with users. Google is refunding all Stadia hardware purchases made through the Google Store, and all game and add-on content purchases made through the Stadia store. Players will…
Google Shuts Down Stadia Gaming Platform


A few years ago Google launched a consumer gaming service, Stadia. Stadia allowed streaming games for consumers. Google is shutting down Stadia as it hasn’t gained traction with users.

Google is refunding all Stadia hardware purchases made through the Google Store, and all game and add-on content purchases made through the Stadia store. Players will continue to have access to their games library and play through January 18, 2023 so they can complete final play sessions. Google expects to have the majority of refunds completed by mid-January, 2023.

The underlying technology platform that powers Stadia has been proven at scale and transcends gaming. Google sees clear opportunities to apply this technology across other parts of Google like YouTube, Google Play, and their Augmented Reality (AR) efforts — as well as make it available to industry partners.

Read More

Total
0
Shares
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Related Posts
spalarnia is overcome with subterranean longing in Rozkosz
Read More

spalarnia is overcome with subterranean longing in Rozkosz

Performance artist Wojciech Kosma descends into the Kletno Bear Cave to capture the erotically charged visual for ‘Rozkosz’, his latest track under his musical moniker, spalarnia. As spalarnia, performance artist Wojciech Kosma makes experimental pop music with an explicitly queer, secular and anti-nationalist flavour. Seeking to dismantle outdated notions of division between eastern and western…
Did Twitterbots Hide a Myspace Like Collapse?
Read More

Did Twitterbots Hide a Myspace Like Collapse?

Home » Technology » Did Twitterbots Hide a Myspace Like Collapse? Twitter likely has 25% bots and not 5%. There might even be as many as 50% bots. Twitter had reported nearly flat daily active user counts from 2014 to 2022. If there were growing Twitterbots, then fake users and fake activity hid a drop…
FCC filing for 4500 More Amazon Satellites
Read More

FCC filing for 4500 More Amazon Satellites

Amazon’s Project Kuiper is asking the FCC to launch more than 4500 satellites. Amazon’s old plan was for 3236 satellites. If the new request is approved they will launch a total of 7774 satellites. They plan to start launching two satellites next year. The Kuiper satellites will operate between 590 and 630 km (370 and…