Great news for those who play games with Stadia, the streaming service from Google, the world’s leading search provider, Google Stadia has a search function.
Not stillalthough. A Blog post Wednesday That search would reach all players this week. But “it will make finding your favorite games a lot easier.” Courageous statement!
Here’s a comparison of Stadia’s landing page In front … and after this … the upcoming change.
For those who hold points (Our siblings at The Verge are!
Previously, Stadia’s library was 172 games … well, we’re not sure how to navigate it. They just flipped through one at a time, hoping to find something that caught their attention, I suppose.
Somebody has to say it.
Yes, it’s amazing that Google Stadia is finally getting a search bar.
No, they don’t deserve praise for that.
A search bar should have been in place for day 1, not 16 months.
– SAVERAGE (@tooSAVERAGE) April 28, 2021
Anyway Forum post from Stadia The breakthrough search function is full of I am not sure if I mean business responds and praises the UI’s giant leap for humanity. For example, setting up a Stadia subscriber RagingJacob says:
“I am so overjoyed with this amazing news. Let’s go! ”
And Here’s another fan (again, excited for a tab update? Not sure if it’s serious):
YES! Keep it up. Dead platform my butt. Looking forward to updating the Explore tab.
This “dead platform” ruse points to the less than enthusiastic feeling many have about Google’s gaming endeavors two years after a headline announcement at GDC 2019, as well as the fact that Google has its in-house studio and first-party development for his platform. In February, Kotaku quoted an unnamed insider as Google “a terrible place to make games. Imagine Amazon, but with insufficient resources.”
If people really love a search feature, they’ll love what’s on deck: sortable libraries so players can group their collection by free, purchased, and Stadia Pro access games an activity feed.