You will not lose access to your video games on Google Stadia even when its writer decides to exit the platform. That is one of many issues the tech giant has revealed in a complete update to the service’s FAQ the place Google guarantees that when you buy the game on its platform, you will own the right to play it. Which means you may still be able to access it even when the time comes that it is not accessible for purchase to different gamers. “Outside of unexpected circumstances,” the FAQ states, “Stadia will aim to maintain any previously bought title out there for gameplay.”
As well as, the corporate has confirmed that Stadia will assist multiplayer titles, together with couch-based coops — actually, you should use up to four Stadia controllers to play local multiplayer video games. Talking of the Stadia controller, the FAQ states it makes use of BLE for setup, however it connects through WiFi for gameplay. However, you can too connect the controller to a phone, a tablet, or a PC through USB cable plugged into its USB-C port.
Take note that Stadia will solely help mobile gameplay on a restricted variety of gadgets at launch, although, namely the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a (3a, 3a XL, 3, 3XL) phones, as well as tablets running Chrome OS. Fortunately, Google states it is engaged on compatibility for extra devices — the FAQ states, although, that the company does not have news to share relating to VR assist on the platform but — and you can buy video games from any iOS 11+ or Android M+ device that may run the Stadia app.