Despite being branded “Future Game play”, Google’s Stadia went public after its launch because of a lack of lineup and a variety of hardware problems. In response to the first weakness, Google promised in a new blog post that it would rapidly expand and enrich its game library lineup by 2020.
“We have a lot of plans and will work hard to achieve the vision of meeting Stadia’s gamers. We are in contact with our partners and will share more information about the new lineup as soon as possible. “
And here’s what Google promised to launch in the first quarter:
Add more assistant features
Add additional Android device support
Wireless gaming via TheStadia handle
In addition, Google said it expects to launch no fewer than 120 new games by 2020 and targets 10 exclusive debuts in the first half of this year.