Weeks after laying off the game’s developers, Google is attempting to fix a critical bug in on Stadia. The game is unplayable for some on the streaming platform at the moment, according to , as it freezes on the main menu (though it worked when Engadget tested the issue). It arrived on Stadia at the start of February as a freebie for Stadia Pro subscribers.
A redditor about the problem the day after Google said it would and end production of its first-party titles. It bought Journey to the Savage Planet developer Typhoon Studios to bolster the team.
Stadia support told the redditor, u/lordubuntu, that 505 Games would handle the problem. The publisher brought to other platforms, though Google published it on Stadia. According to 505 Games, it can't take care of the issue as Google owns all of the game code and data for the Stadia version.
A community manager from Stadia responded to on the matter. They apologized and said that Google is "actively working with our partners to identify a fix." Engadget has contacted Google for more details.
The issue is the latest instance of turbulence at Stadia. Along with closing its own game development studios, the service is over claims that games don't run in true 4K on the platform as promised.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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