The British studio Splash Damage and its publishing branch, WarChest, reported on the future of their online competition action by Outcasters in the light of the imminent closure of Google Stadia's game cloud service.
Again, Stadia will cease to exist on January 18, 2023, threatening the future of the December 2020 Outcasters, which was and remains Google's exclusive stream service.
It has become known that there are no plans to release Outcasters on platforms outside the Google service at Splash Damage at this stage. The game was, so death will meet with him.
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Despite the grim outcome for Outcasters and Google Stadia as a whole, Splash Damage is in the bright future of cloud game-making and looks forward to the success of this segment of other platforms.
Not all game developers for Google Stadia are ready to remain faithful to the service until the end: Gylt's adventure horror from Tequila Works, for example, will become multiplatform in 2023.
In the meantime, other studios are helping Stadia users to move the conservation from their projects to other platforms. CD Projects RED, Ubisoft, IO Interactive and Bungie have already taken the initiative.