Stadia is bringing in more and more developers as the official release date of Stadia draws closer, in a recent interview, Ubisoft CEO claimed that it is relatively cheap to port games to the new service by Google. Yves Guillemot remains confident that a good relationship can be made with Google which will let more people be a part of the gaming world.
Guillemot said, “The extra cost to put to make sure the games work well on Stadia is not that high. It’s part now of our pipelines and we have a good relationship with Stadia to make sure it is profitable for us.”
This is in fact great news as more and more developers will likely partner up with Stadia to ensure smooth functioning of their games on this new service.
Google Stadia has a subscription which lets players access games to the service they wish to enjoy, the free version of Stadia is scheduled to be released next year as Google will expand its Stadia more markets other than North America and Europe.
A great feature that Stadia offers that it eliminates the need to purchase a high-end PC as you can use almost any device with a screen. This will bring in more people to gaming as this lucrative offer has never been seen before.