The launch of Google Stadia is brutal in everything that is wrong. Some key features are missing, there are still too few games available and gamers don’t seem to be interested, despite an increase in the number of users since Google launched a free trial subscription. Now, Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick commented on Stadia as a platform during the Bernstein Annual Strategic Decision Conference, and he thought Google was failing to deliver on its promises:
“Streaming technology is upon us. The launch of Stadia is slow. I think there is some overpromising on what technology can provide and some consumer disappointment as a result.”
But this doesn’t mean Zelnick thinks technology is bad, and finally, he thinks we’ll get there:
“Whenever you expand distribution, you have the potential to expand your audience, which is why we supported the release of Stadia with three titles initially and will continue to support high-quality streaming services as long as the business model makes sense. Over time I believe streaming will work …
The belief that streaming will be transformative is based on the view that there are many people who are really interested in interactive entertainment, really want to pay for it, but just don’t want to have a console. I’m not sure that’s the problem. “
What do you think about the future for streaming games and Stadia?
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