The most attentive gamers will already know that in a few days Google Stadia will close its doors. If the fate of the ‘cloud console’ of the Mountain View tech giant is already sealed, how do you explain the new update that is affecting the Stadia mobile app on iOS and Android?
It is not only the users of the Google cloud platform who are waiting for the inevitable closure of the service who are wondering, but also those who, like The Verge journalist Tom Warren, are wondering about the reasons for the new update reported on the App Store and Google Play.
According to the side note published by the curators of the Google and Apple digital stores to notify its availability on iOS and Android devices, the update in question brings “improvements and fixes for minor bugs”. Judging from what has been specified, it should therefore be a ‘routine’ update that aims to close some minor bugs and improve the experience offered to users who want to say goodbye to Google Stadia playing one last time on Big G’s in-game streaming platform.
To those who follow us, we remind you that the closing date of Google Stadia is set for Wednesday 18 January: Until then, users can access their library of streaming titles and enjoy all the content related to Stadia Pro subscriptions, including the games offered monthly by Google. For further insight, we leave you with our special on the death of Google Stadia after three years.