Another bad news came from Google Stadia, Google’s streaming service that allows us to play games. The company’s product manager left Google.
Google, one of the largest companies in the world, makes different technological breakthroughs every year, as you know. Among these breakthroughs are some of the projects that they have shelved after a while. Google Stadia, Google’s technology that offers the opportunity to stream and play games, seems to be moving towards shelving.
The Information recently released a report announcing that Google Stadia Vice President and Product Manager John Justice has left the company. This report was later verified by 9to5. “It’s true that John no longer works at Google,” Google told 9to5. We wish him all the best in his next step.”
John Justice was one of the key figures in Stadia’s background. Unfortunately, the reason for his departure is unclear. However, we can say that this separation is also bad news for Stadia. Stadia recently announced that they were closing their first-party gaming studios and would now only broadcast third-party games.
More than 100 games are expected to arrive in Stadia later this year. Although the future of the service does not look bright, Google seems to be considering investing for a while. Stadia is not yet accessible in our country.