Regardless Of few of its own first-party exclusives at launch, Google obviously wasn’t timid regarding paying large sums to third-party publishers to have their titles on Stadia. A current report from Bloomberg suggests Stadia head Phil Harrison looked for to make an impact by having titles like Red Dead Redemption 2 on the system.
The cash that Google was looking to spend obviously “came as a shock” to experienced designers. The record likewise notes that Stadia’s developers were still hopeful in spite of the lackluster launch and were working on a range of prototypes.
None of these ever came to fruition due to the closure of Stadia Games as well as Home entertainment and the conditions surrounding continue to remain controversial. We’ll see where Stadia goes from right here in the coming months.