Stadia: “that” player's 5000 hours on Red Dead Online are safe!

Stadia: “that” player's 5000 hours on Red Dead Online are safe!


And finally Rockstar Games moved. As reported on Twitter, in fact, the US development team has decided to authorize the transfers of the Google Stadia version, which as you well know has closed its doors "forcing" players to lose all hours of play on certain titles.

To ask for the transfer of the character in the first person was Color, a Twitter user with about 6,000 hours of gameplay in the online component of Red Dead Redemption 2. The Canadian player had bought a copy of the game on Google Stadia, only to then see the risk of losing every single progress due to the closure of the service. Danger foiled: the player can now safely transfer his account to another platform.

In reality, transferring progress is not enough. As analyzed in our previous article, in fact, the solution is actually a simple palliative that will not reward all Google Stadia players. Those who subscribed to the service and bought games did so because they lacked another platform to play. Therefore, hardly all those who had a subscription have a high-performance PC or console at their disposal. This is one of the many downsides that the world of cloud gaming has yet to overcome, but we are confident and sincerely hope that a solution to all of this can be found in the near future.

ATTENTION ALL RDO PLAYERS ON STADIA - @RockstarGames has finally reached out to me with some good news !!! See their message below!

- Color (@ItsColourTV) October 19, 2022| ); }
Google Stadia was launched in 2019. Mountain View's intention was to offer an alternative gaming solution, which however never materialized. According to some testimonies, all this must be sought in company policy, which would also explain the failure of many other projects born by Google and immediately abandoned. Rumor that obviously we cannot confirm, but which seem to approach reality. Continue to follow geekinco for all the news and announcements in the pipeline from the world of video games.