The adoption of Google Stadia has been a real shame. Surprisingly anyone, users seem to be betting on using the G app. Shy catalog, inefficiencies and subscriptions don't fit in the package for average users for those who intend to photograph, it may be the cause.
And so it is in the catalog where the main focus is on the Mountain View installation. Because let's admit that the original catalog is poor. When we compare it to Project xCloud (still in beta) and Playstation Now, Google loses a winner.
2020 Stadia Year?
However, it looks like the company is not abandoning its project and is willing to do everything because its video game streaming service ends up being the market leader. Some players won't make it easy. Both Sony and Microsoft support a good deal of the catalog and the integrated environment, Stadia is still a senior.
To add to this, Google confirmed in an official statement that you will have 10 temporary locations from here to July this year. This means that some games will delay their release date on Xbox One and Playstation 4 for the benefit of Google's platform.
Looking at our future catalog, we are tracking over 120 games that will arrive in Stadia by 2020, and we are looking at more than 10 games in the first half of this year that will only be available in Stadia at launch. We are working with our partners to share more about those games soon.
Temporary outsourcing is an excellent way that some companies use to attract the attention of many users. We see how Epic Games also works with Sony in games like Final Fantasy VII Remake.