Google is moving away from creating its own games to Stadiums. He closes the studios Montreal and Angels, and industry veteran Jade Raymond, who Google hired to lead the game development division, leaves the company. Phil Harrison, Vice President and General Manager of Stadia written in a blog post that Google will continue to invest in the service.
“Creating the best-in-class games from scratch takes many years and significant investment, and the cost is increasing exponentially,” Harrison wrote. “Given our desire to build on Stadia’s proven technology and deepen our business partnerships, we have decided not to invest further in bringing exclusive content from our internal SG&E development team. [Stadia Games and Entertainment], beyond any game planned in the short term. “