Today’s generation is addicted to games and PUBG as well. So today’s update was related to Google Stadia who are started off in 2022 relatively slowly, but things are starting to pick up with PUBG now going to free-to-play.
Perhaps a more interesting story was Google asking directly for feedback from Stadia’s playersStadia Changelog is a weekly series on 9to5Google where we round up some of the Stadia news that we wouldn’t otherwise be able to talk about. It is included all the latest models of platforms confirmed by them and it will appear every Friday with new roundup themes and don’t forget to check out Bandwidth, our weekly look at the rest of the cloud gaming world, including GeForce Now, Luna, and more.
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New games on Stadia
If we talk about the new release so there is no new release yet like if we saw back the Last year so, Google delivered 107 new titles to the platform but has made no promise yet for how many to expect in 2022, and no games have been released on the platform so far this year. But this time you can play PUBG free of cost and get a subscription by using your Google account.
Google wants your feedback on Stadia
There will be a new project in which the stadia community will take feedback from the users in which they will communicate and ask them what new they want from them. The company says:
As we kick things into gear this year, we wanted to check in with you, our beloved Stadiums, to learn about what you want to see from This Week on Stadia!
Now the question arises that what kind of survey would it be like so …The survey mainly asks for feedback regarding the Stadia Community Blog, but also asks players what they would want if Stadia granted them “three wishes.” You can fill out the form here.
Nvidia Shield TV grants Stadia button control to more controllers
As a part of its Android 11 update, the Nvidia Shield TV has added support for the Stadia button on Nvidia’s own controller as well as Xbox and PlayStation controllers. You can read more about the update below.
Nvidia Shield TV gets Android TV 11 today, brings Stadia button support to more controllers
Humankind: Cultures of Africa expansion
The game Humankind this week revealed its next expansion, “Cultures of Africa.” The expansion will launch on PC on January 20th but may be delayed on Stadia through April.
Dirt 5 updates are coming soon
Well apparently the sources said that the Stadia port of Dirt 5 has been neglected versus other platforms, but that will soon change. Speaking to our friends at Stadia Source, a Codemasters spokesperson confirmed that the game will see its next update in early February to bring the port up to date with other platforms. The sources by the spokesperson are used to say that:-
I don’t have the exact date but the patch will be available in early Feb. It will contain Wild Spirits, Supersize and Red Bull Revolutions and any free content that we’ve released between patch 4.02 and 6.03 (Playground arenas/objects/tracks)
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen gets a new trailer
The upcoming new trailer of“Witch Queen” expansion of Destiny 2 will gonna revealed earlier this week ahead of its arrival on Stadia and other platforms.
Hundred Days gets Direct Touch
So guys if we think of us as a part of its latest update, the winemaking game Hundred Days became the second game on Google Stadia to support Direct Touch. Read more below apparently.