Google has responded to criticism that its Stadia streaming service is failing to meet consumer expectations after it was advertised that all Stadia games at launch would support 4K. If you're the recipient, you just have to redeem the code in the Stadia app to start playing. These are Square Enix rock-climbing, throat-slashing adventure Tomb Raider: The Definitive Edition and Focus Home's horticultural management title Farming Simulator 19. From a paltry launch line-up of games, to Google's track record with folding their cards too soon, many feared that the Stadia wouldn't live up to its promise and the reviews for Google's latest project seem to confirm many of those worries.
That means some Stadia Pro subscribers have already shelled out the cash for both games, only to find that they'll be getting them for free on December 1st.
"We know that some users have recently purchased these two games for their collection", wrote community manager Grace.
As Google opens the gates to their highly anticipated gaming service Stadia, HandyGames joins the party with a blast of a game: Spitlings, the coop multiplayer arcade fun, will celebrate its first release on the new platform.
Speeds of around 10 Mbps will display games at 720p, while 1080p can be achieved with 20 Mbps and 4K streaming at 35 Mbps.
Google's cloud gaming service, Stadia, has only been out for just over a week and it's already added two more free games, although that's not pleased those that have already paid for it. The Chromecast Ultra is available to purchase now and lets you stream 4K TV as well as play games. That is one of the many reasons players got frustrated, making Google the main culprit. User will be able to play game using their Chrome browser on the Desktop and other supported devices.