Ubisoft, Bungie and Others Announce Plans to Save Stadia Games

Ubisoft, Bungie and Others Announce Plans to Save Stadia Games
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Google Stadia is coming soon day is a humiliating death, but several major game studios are making plans to move user accounts, data, and even the games themselves from the doomed game streaming service. These developers include Ubisoft, Bungie and IO Interactive.

On Friday, Ubisoft support announced that the company is working to bring games it owns through Stadia to PC via Ubisoft Connect. Bungie It said it’s trying to figure out “next steps” for Destiny 2 players who rely on Stadia, saying they’ll send information once they have a “plan of action.”

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IO wrote on Twitter that the studio is “looking for ways” for Stadia players to “continue your Hitman experience on other platforms.” While the sentiment is nice, the bottom line is that all of these announcements are statements of intent, not fully formed action plans. It would be great if Stadia players could continue to have their games on other platforms if possible, but for now we’re waiting for details on how that might happen.

It should be noted that Google has promised a full refund of all purchases made on Stadia, and we are sure that many users appreciate this. While many other services have crashed without such a gesture, Stadia’s crash still came as a surprise to many gamers, especially given that Google has promised updates to the service in the near future. However, the closure of Google’s own game studios in February 2021 signaled the slow decline of the service, which will come to an end on January 18, 2023.

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