It would not be difficult to say that 2021 has been a difficult year for Google Stadia. Highs have included the promise of 100 new games in addition to target of 400 titles) plus popularity is like FIFA 21, Outward appearancesand Bad City to Live. But, it is the lowest ones that have received the most attention and questions asked on Google’s commitment to to promise cloud game activity. Recent reports of the departure of managers at Stadia are adding fuel to the fire ahead of the small game industry.
Note has said that VP and Stadia chief marketing officer John Justice has left Google. The manager was responsible for customer service at Stadia and had previously commented on his team’s excessive prowess on new products. Back in 2019, Google’s promotional service was launched without a number of cultures including Part of the Country and Play Team. Recently, Stadia suddenly started a Search results on the internet, one of the most frequently asked questions. Although Justice has not changed its LinkedIn page, Google has confirmed its departure from 9to5Google.
Stadia’s problems could begin in February, when the company decided to do so close its inner studios by switching to a different type of game. Shortly after its announcement, Google was forced to rectify a major error Journey to Savage Planet on the Stadia after its builders had moved due to a crash
With Google in mind reputation yes to give work, The emergence of Justice should raise several eyebrows. But, it does not mean that Stadia is dead and buried, as it continues spread out and all new game which continues to go to the platform. In addition, the project still has several pilot executives including game director Jack Buser and VP and general manager Phil Harrison.
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