Yesterday Google released a statement that their video game streaming subscription service Stadia will see an additional 120 games added to its selection. We’ve received our Founder’s Edition unit and will be soon revealing our first impressions over the course of this rather slow roll-out and the usage experience in an internet-restricted remote area. Meanwhile, those who are keeping an eye on Stadia for its free option debuting this year or paid users alike are wondering when Stadia will get more games. Among this imperfect audience sentiment Google is looking to assure prospective customers that their offerings will be dramatically different in 2020.
Struggling to find its place in a market dominated by very few, very large players, Google has began shipping units for the launch of a new cloud-based game streaming platform; Stadia. Promising the world a new way to play games, including instant save-state sharing, enhancements for creators who go live while playing, and the ability for anyone with a solid internet connection to become a gamer without investing in a console, top tier phone, or computer.