The free Base tier is still on its way, but for now Google is looking to entice gamers stuck at home with two months of free Stadia Pro.
In an effort to recruit more indies to the cloud platform, Stadia said it would offset some of the development costs.
Google's cloud platform gets a much-needed win. But is it enough to boost the platform's public standing?
120 new games is not going to move the needle, according to DFC Intelligence.
Two Stadia employees took to Reddit on Wednesday to answer community questions about the upcoming Google cloud gaming platform. However, the AMA revealed that Stadia will be missing some key features at launch and raised even more concerns about its future.
Stadia boss Phil Harrison promises players will still be able to play games, even if they've been removed from the service's storefront.
Google's foray into the world of cloud gaming will also offer straight purchases of games, but how revenues will be split with developers is not yet known.
Despite Google saying the platform has won publishers over, there may be a bit more push-back and resistance than originally was communicated.