We believe Google Stadia has had a difficult start. The video game streaming service caught our imagination when it was first announced at E3 last year, but its launch was disappointed by uncompetitive pricing and a relatively small lineup with a variety of aging games.
That could change in 2020. However, it is planned to massively expand the platform's game library.
Over the next 12 months, over 100 games will appear to land on the Stadia platform, as well as a handful of exclusive titles, some of which will be limited to "We are currently tracking and have more than 120 games coming to the Stadia in 2020 more than ten games in sight, "says a press release on Stadia's 2020 schedule. In the first half of the year alone, this will only be available at stadiums when they start. "
Taking Over the Competition
It is worth noting that both Xbox Games Pass and PlayStation Now have multiple Huns so there is still a lot to do, but all current or future Stadia subscribers should jump from the big one benefit from additional games.
However, there is currently no information on what these unannounced games are: "We are working with our partners to share more about these games soon."
Decides on Stadia's long-term success possibly only what the Epic Games Store found crucial to attract people to their market, but if it’s not games that people are looking forward to and that are not just expanding the library, all will become exclusive providers does not tempt the world to sign in.
Other updates for 2020 include support for 4K-Sp iel on the web as well as enhanced Google Assistant functions and support for more Android phones outside of Google Pixel.