By the time you read this, you already know that Google decided to close its Stadia businessbut, the information did not stop there, now we have a detail in which it is mentioned that Death Stranding was to have a successor on this platform.
Information comes hand in hand 9to5Google and says that the project was approved, but with elements for a single player, the opposite of what it was at the time Death Stranding, the game that has a high dose of connectivity between players.
Now, the idea did not sound bad at all, the point is that they backed down when Google believed there was no market for solo gamesso they decided to cancel the deal they had with Hideo Kojima.
The project was already in the early stages of development when, surprisingly, it was canceled by Phil Harrison in 2020. Let’s not even forget that Google was apparently working with Hideo Kojima on an episodic horror game, but nothing happened.
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How many games does Google Stadia have?
At the time of writing this news, we tell you that Google Stadia has 290 games in its library. That, wherever you see it, is not a rickety or minor catalog, however, the support of the great games is falling short and the quality to enjoy them too.
A fair amount of Ubisoft titles were there, various offerings from 2K, indie games, some classics from Bethesda, key sports titles from Electronic Arts. Options were not lacking for users of this platform. It’s a shame the project didn’t go ahead.
For now, we just have to see and wait how this service will disappear and pay close attention to what players receive in return. There is talk of refunds and such, but, we need to see it in action.
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