Google has revealed that one of their starter bundles for the upcoming Google Stadia game streaming service has sold out in Europe.
It’s been reported that specific publishers could put their own subscription services onto Google Stadia, getting even more out of subscribers.
During a recent conference Google announced further details about their upcoming game streaming service, Stadia, and more information regarding the costs.
Jim Ryan, CEO of PlayStation, has said that the cooperation between the pair of long-standing rivals, Sony and Microsoft, is the result of new competitors such as Google, entering the games market.
Tech giants Google have announced plans to open another data center in Hamina, Finland, which may serve for Stadia project.
Major games publishers are ready to get on board with Google’s Stadia game streaming service, but they want to see Google’s commitment to the service first.
An Xbox executive said that Google Stadia, Google’s newly announced game-streaming service, won’t have enough games to make a significant impact.
According to an internal email from Executive Vice President Gaming at Microsoft, Phil Spencer, Xbox is planning to go big on streaming at E3 in 2019.
Google revealed their new game-streaming platform, Google Stadia, which can stream console quality games without the need to download titles or use discs.