Remember Google Stadia? The game streaming service may be out of the spotlight to some extent, but Google is still trying new ways to keep it going-this week, Stadia made this effort for a limited-time demo of the entire game.
According to reports 9to5Google, Stadia now allows you to try Hello Neighbor derivatives for free Hello engineer 30 minutes. This is the complete game, with no restrictions other than time-although it is worth noting that it calculates real-time time rather than game time, so you really have to make the most of this half an hour.
This is a demo structure that takes advantage of Stadia’s streaming media, allowing you to immediately enter the game and give it a try, without installation or purchase. For a long time, Stadia has allowed you to try Pro within 30 minutes, and previously offered games free for several weeks, but surprisingly, the company took so long to let you try the games one by one-this is the realization of the idea You can click on an ad for a game and start playing it immediately.
Google tells edge In the next few weeks, it will add trial versions for more games, and it may not always be 30 minutes. But it may still be too little, too late. Stadia’s internal studio closed earlier this year, and some high-profile departures indicate that Google is putting the project aside.
In other words, Nate Ahearn, head of developer marketing, believes that Stadia is still “alive”, although Google seems to have begun to shift Stadia from its own platform to a white-label product that can be licensed to industry partners.