After months of paving the orda, Google’s official launch of Stadia has been quite sloppy (only eight months from publication to release), but for some of Stadia’s die-hard fans, they have suffered an unexpected perfunctory treatment. Before Stadia’s launch, a significant portion of Reddit’s sub-sections had full faith in Google, eagerly awaiting the service’s arrival, and had paid for a limited version of the ultimate limited “founder”.
However, three days after the launch, the same people began to complain that they had not received the Stadia hardware, and even the activation code email needed to activate the Stadia account was silent.
One of the big gimmicks of the “Founder’s Edition” is that, in addition to the unique handle of NightSky, users get priority in registering a specific Stadia ID. Now buying the version of Die-Hard fans called it a “means to lure undecided players”, after all, three days has not activated the code, while the current version of the standard version of the player has registered early account to play.
In an official Reddit question-and-answer session four months ago, Stadia’s product manager, Andrew Doronichev, also highlighted that “buying the founder’s version gives you the chance to pre-sign up for a cool name on a new gaming platform!” …… We will send the activation message in the order of order. “
In an official Response to Twitter in September, Stadia also made it clear that when the service was withdrawn in November, buyers of the Founder’s Edition would be allowed to sign up for a unique ID account for the first time. The truth is, however, that many pre-ordered players today are not even eligible to register.
Many users have begun venting their frustrations in the community: “This is a damn lie. My colleague booked a month later than I did, and he’s already playing. I waited for hours after the sale and still confiscated my activation code. “
Now angry players have even launched a petition demanding compensation and refunds from the swashgan “founder” buyers – “We need to set a good precedent and the Staida community should not be blinded by false promises.” “