The Morning After: No, Google isn’t shutting down Stadia

Google has responded to last week’s rumors that it could be shutting down its Stadia gaming service this year: “Stadia is not shutting down,” the official Stadia Twitter account told a concerned fan in a tweet spotted by became PC gamer. “Rest assured that we are always working to bring more great games to the platform and to Stadia Pro.”

I mentioned in my story about how things have been a little too quiet on the Stadia front as competing game streaming options upped their game. Hopefully Google has some exciting plans that it will unveil sooner rather than later.

— Mat Smith

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