With Google’s announcement that it has officially launched the Stadia Cloud Gaming service, early supporters have finally welcomed the Founder’s Edition exclusive benefits. On November 22, Stadia’s official Twitter feed said: “Latest update: If you booked and paid for the purchase of Founder’s Edition, it’s time to get the Stadia’s access code.”
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As a service with high hopes, Google is proud and determined to say that “the game of the future does not need to rely on a single box”. Clearly, the company wants to use cloud services to eliminate the high configuration needs of players for PCs or game consoles.
Now, Google is happy to announce that it has sent the access code of Stadia Founder’s Edition to all early users. The company did not say why it waited so long (sending out the hardware first and then sending out the access code).
In the light of this time, Google seems to need more time to “grind” Stadia. Earlier, the official Twitter account had said that free games (or games purchased at a discount for Astadia Pro) would no longer be available unless renewed.
This strange text caused a stir on the Internet. But Google was quick to clarify the idea that, in fact, only free games couldn’t connect to Pro subscriptions. Any game you’ve purchased, whether discounted or purchased at full price, can continue to experience it even if the subscription expires.