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Google Stadia to get Destiny 2 and cross-platform saves as well | Report

06 June 2019 0

In a few hours from now, Google will announce the price and availability details of its new venture Stadia. But before that, a report citing many sources has come to claim that this new gaming streaming service will support another big title. The report comes from Kotaku that states Google Stadia will get Destiny 2 as one of its big titles. Well, it’s not a surprise that Stadia’s availability will be bundled with such big titles, but the name is a revelation. One more name that the report claims, is Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

Google even promised during the preview of Stadia that there will be some big names on its gaming service, but didn’t disclose the names aside from Doom: Eternal.

The report also claims that hit shooter Destiny 2 is preparing to add cross-platform saves. This would allow players to bring their progress in the game between Xbox and PC. However, it’s not going to be possible with PlayStation 4.

The report from Kotaku actually cites many of its sources that claim Destiny 2 will be launching on Stadia and it will support the new cross-platform save feature.

The report very briefly throws light on the pricing as well. Covering the unconfirmed piece of tidbit, the report states, they’ve “heard” that the service will be priced with “some combination of subscription and a la carte” pricing.

Google announced its new Stadia service back in March with an aim to bring cloud gaming into the market. Google just announced what it's and what it means by cloud gaming service. It didn't disclose other details like how it's going to work or how much bandwidth it would require. But we may get answers to all thee questions at the event that is scheduled to happen today. So, stay tuned.



Google Stadia to get Destiny 2 and cross-platform saves as well | Report
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