Google Stadia went live in November of 2019 and now under three years later, Google announced they will be ending Stadia support.
Sony has just announced the completion of its acquisition of Bungie, the developing studio behind the Destiny franchise.
Sony Interactive Entertainment is planning to acquire Jade Raymond’s Haven Studios, and it will become Sony’s first developer in Canada.
An additional six staff members have now left Google to join Haven Studios. The studio was set up by Jade Raymond after she left Google.
Head of Product and Vice President of Stadia John Justice has now parted ways with the game streaming platform and Google entirely.
Jade Raymond has formed a brand new game development studio, Haven Entertainment, which has just received its first game funding from Sony.
Google’s internal game development studio for Stadia, the company’s game streaming service, is being shut down.
Stadia has announced another first-party studio that will help bolster the number of games on offer through Google’s new streaming service.
Typhoon Studios, the developers behind Journey to the Savage Planet based in Montreal, has been acquired by Google.
Google has hired three senior members of the Assassin’s Creed team for their flagship first-party Stadia game studio, luring them away from Ubisoft.