Google's new Google streaming service, Stadia, was launched in November. Unlike traditional consoles from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo, Stadia is a streaming service without local hardware outside the controller. This means that everything happens in the cloud. Naturally, people want to know what will happen if the "Stage" closes, as many other Google products had in the past. much. He understands how people can be afraid to move to the cloud
"I hear you, moving to the cloud is scary," he said. "I felt the same way when the music went from files to streaming, I still have all my old CDs in the garage … although it's hard to find CD players these days :)"
Doronichev continued to say that movies, Photos and documents have generally moved to the cloud and this has generally gone well. The same can be true for games, he said.
"The same thing happened to movies and photos and my documents and other files … And that's great! The games are no different, after all all our games will be safe in the cloud and we will feel great "We have been investing in technology, infrastructure and partnerships over the past few years. Nothing in life is certain, but we're determined to make the Stage a success. "
Doronic added that Google Stadia will support a" Day Removal feature. " This allows players to download metadata to their games, including game rescues. However, the games themselves can not be downloaded, so if Stadia shuts down, players may not have access to their games. "I can not say anything to make you believe if you do not, but what we can do is start the service and continue to invest in it for years to come, just like we did with gmail, docs , Music, Movies and Photos, and that's what we're committed to. "
Concerns about game ownership and ongoing support for games are not exclusive to Stadia, but servers for older console and computer games are often disconnected over time. with developers redirecting their focus to newer titles, though physically the media will continue to be important in the gaming industry, digital technologies will take over most of the money over time, subscribing $ 1
trying to steal some bang at Stadium, as the first public trials will begin in October.