Google Stadia has not been very successful. The main reason is the lack of games. And it seems like the reason that Stadia's software library is so small that Google isn't willing to spend money to get other games on the platform.
As reported Business Inside, many developers have explained that one of the biggest reasons is that indies live far from Stadia's lack of money promotion from Google. One executive at a publishing company described the amount of money Google was offering them “so low” that it was not part of the conversation.
One indie dev explained that most of the platform owners, like Microsoft and Epic, provides front-end incentives for developers and publishers to create or release games for their stores. But with Google Stadia the motivation was there, in the words of that dev, "…a kind of inaccessibility. ”
Currently, there are only 28 games available in a video game stream service. And while Google promises installing more than 10o on the platform this year, the report comes out Business Inside paint the picture that the devs are nervous about working with Stadia. Many are mentioned on Insider that they are worried about Stadia's future and how she is committed Google had to work longer.
Since its first reveal, Google Stadia has had a difficult time persuading players to offer streaming service. Lack of games, issues with previous commands, older versions of games that are uploaded to the service and other problems tormented Stadia since launching back in November 2019.
While new and great games, similar to theirs Eternal Judgment, is still set to take off in Stadia this year, it looks like everything is on spam.