A few days after the closure of the gaming streaming service, Google surprisingly updated the Stadia mobile app but it seems that the news did not end there.
As we learn from a recent tweet from the tech giant, the Stadia controller is destined to survive the general closure of the service, set for Wednesday 18 January. Apparently Big G is planning a new update with which it will be possible use the pad with other devices via Bluetooth.
“We also have news on Bluetooth: next week we will release a self-service tool for enable Bluetooth connections on your Stadia Controller. We will share the details here upon publication”, is what we read in the twitter that we have reported below.
The Stadia Controller is already usable on PC and mobile platforms through some ingenious solutions devised by users, however it will soon be possible to extend the use of the pad natively and without any technical complications. At the moment it is difficult to say if the Stadia Controller will even be used on consoles PlayStation, Xbox e Switch and in this case we will necessarily have to wait for future updates by Google.
Following the decision to end the life cycle of its service, Google has specified that all players will be reimbursed for any purchases made related to the platform now close to closure.