Google Stadia reassures users, "You own the right to play it"

Google Stadia reassures users,

The Google Stadia is a cloud gaming service offered by Google and it is said to support streaming of video games on 4K resolutions at 60 FPS, but this remains to be seen when the service gets launched later this year.

Google Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3a series will support Stadia and we now also know that the Chrome OS tablet will run it as well. So if you have any questions that need answering the first place to venture is to the official Google Stadia support forum via the link below. Now, the company has updated the FAQ page for the service, revealing some more info about it, including a couple of interesting details that immediately stand out.

"In the future, it is possible that some games may no longer be available for new purchases, but existing players will still be able to play the game", reads an explanation by Google.

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Nintendo has clarified that the back-of-box information for physical games , or Nintendo's website, will say if this is the case. In order to properly play these games with a Nintendo Switch Lite , you need to buy separate Joy-Con controllers.

- Stadia supports multiplayer titles, as up to four Stadia controllers can be used to play between multiple people.

- Games purchased in the Stadia are available in all countries where the Platform is available, regardless of where they were purchased, but not in a country where the Stadia is not yet available. The Mountain View company confirmed that the controller works best with Stadia, but acts as a standard HID controller when plugged in to your phone, tablet or computer via USB. Additionally, you may make individual game purchases and resume progress if you previously chose to stop your Stadia Pro subscription. Google is working on making other devices compatible with the platform.

In short, Google is looking for more than just your console title on its cloud gaming service, to stand out from the crowd, and it's a big crowd apparently, you should consider how the power and flexibility of the Stadia ecosystem affects your title. It will be interesting to see how this service evolves beyond launch, but for now - we have devices and we have the full list of games that will be available on day one. According to Google, "You can use any personal Google Account when you sign up for Stadia". You can buy codes as gifts for family and friends if you're bored and want to try some of the platform's multiplayer games.