Google shut downs Stadia due to high cost development

In 2019, Google launched Stadia -an internal development cloud based game streaming service which has seen some tough times seen it’s launch and now Google has announced that it will be discontinuing Stadia and will be closing down office due to high cost involved in developing games for it’s platform.

Though Google has decided that it will work with third-party developers and publishers and will no longer invest in bringing exclusive content from its internal team and will rely on titles developed by third-party.

Jade Raymond, Head of Google’s Sadia Games & Entertainment will be leaving the company to pursue other opportunities post completion of his stint. The announcement was made via a blog post made by Phil Harrison, VP & GM, Google Stadia.

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