It has been one of the most ambitious projects in recent years, especially considering that behind it was one of the most important companies in the world. However, this support has not prevented Stadia finished by close their internal studies and thus create “a sustainable business”.
This problem is not the only one that Google has had to face. In fact, thanks to information from Techradar, we have been able to know that a class action lawsuit for breach of contract
The main reason is that Google “greatly exaggerated” the quality of its streaming service. “Made false and misleading claims (…) to generate higher income for the division of Google Stadia “, is collected in the text.
Furthermore, the lawsuit also disagrees with both id Software and Bungie, alleging that “unfair and deceptive business practices were carried out with respect to the display quality and resolution of distributed video games.”
Among the allegations is the claim that Google intentionally removed a tweet saying that Red Dead Redemption 2 it could be reproduced at 4K and 60fps, regardless of the user not having a high-speed internet connection. The complaint states that “Google understood that it was intentionally misleading consumers and he wanted to make sure there were no direct false statements from Google about the Stadia service. “
The presentation continues by warning that “as a result of Google’s actions, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of articles and reports in the United States and the world that contain misleading statements from Google about which consumers make purchasing decisions“.
“Google has done nothing to correct the false information about the power and resolution of the games available on Stadia and does not reveal the resolution to consumers in the Google Stadia store of each of the games available for purchase, “ends the text. You can take a look at the class action lawsuit through this link.
The truth is that the last weeks of the service have not been a field of flowers. The creator of Terraria showed his anger at Google after losing his Google accounts and decided not to publish his work in the service. On the other hand, the information on the workers’ knowledge of the company’s decisions They do not seem to make things very clear.