Stadia is ‘alive and well,’ Google says

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Things do not appear to be going very smoothly for Stadia, Google’s cloud gaming platform. It got off to a rough start (especially on PC) and did not impress with its selection of games, but things have seemed even more dire recently: Earlier this year it closed its internal studios and bid farewell to high-profile studio head Jade Raymond, and in April Stadia vice president and product head John Justice also left, along with six other members of the Stadia team—all of whom joined Raymond at her new Haven Studios.

But in an interview with GamesIndustry, developer marketing lead Nate Ahearn said that Stadia is “alive and well,” and has plans to release more than 100 new games on the platform this year.