When Google stopped developing its own games earlier this year, the company announced that it would license Stadia technology in the future. Since this announcement, outside companies have been able to use parts of the service for their own projects without having to subject themselves (a lot) to the Google ecosystem.
9to5Google It is now noted that AT&T Group has taken advantage of this offer for a special offer Trial version By Batman: Arkham Knight, which can be accessed by all users with a sufficiently strong Internet connection:
“[Das Spiel] Powered by Stadia technologyThe company spokesperson commented IGN. For this demo, AT&T developed a front-end experience that allows players to play Batman: Arkham Knight on their website. [Somit] The game can be played on almost any computer or laptop.
It’s free and users won’t even notice that they’re playing a Google Stadia game. We assume that other games from different companies can follow such examples if it makes sense for those companies.
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