Amazon will probably say no in theirs and google will likely block the nba 2k21 mt coins chrome throw but everything else is good to go. As soon as they can be more accessible I visit Stadia dying.
Publishers are being greedy and yanking their games from Geforce Now, either because of a better/exclusivity bargain from Stadia or because they wish to start their own streaming platform. It is sad but was expected.
Google Stadia is throwing money at publishers till they have all their matches, and the conversation shifts from’who has the better streaming technology’ to’who has All of the games’… Is not the point people were angry that google had no matches, so what should they do, its idiotic to have the energy but have no games I’m only mad that the streaming model that now seems to be the more popular one is the one that is the worst for customers.
Closed systems might be more dependable but can also be sure to come with a high price tag and much more constraints / less freedom for the consumer.
However, You’re right, Concerning match theory/strategy, Stadia is doing exactly what it needs to in order to succeed with its business model and publishers are happy because now they get to double dip… I get what you mean, and yeah it could cost more and stuff, if I understood I was gonna get a games console or a computer, I would be mad if the match I just wanted to play wasn’t on the geforce now, but I will not so the cost does not actually affect me, rather than having to mt for sale 2k21 use passwords and is just easier on stadia, thats only me, I believe both are just 2 distinct markets, and naturally publishers can select the one that they could get more cash out of.