By James Scout/ Oct 2, 2022

A Sequel to "Death Stranding" for Stadia is said to have been Canceled by Google

According to 9to5 Google, it no longer thought there was a market for single-player games.

 "Death Stranding" 

The fact that Google failed to secure blockbuster exclusives for the cloud gaming service, which it will shut down in January, was one of the main issues that worked against Stadia from the start.

 "Death Stranding" 

Red Dead Redemption 2, Cyberpunk 2077, and Destiny 2 were all playable on the platform, but those games are all available elsewhere. The opportunity to have an exclusive title from one of the biggest names in gaming may have been passed up by Google. It turns out.

 "Death Stranding" 

A Stadia-only sequel to Hideo Kojima's 2019 PlayStation debut title Death Stranding, which later made its way to PC, was reportedly in the works at one point, according to 9to5 Google.

 "Death Stranding" 

There are some asynchronous multiplayer components in Death Stranding. For example, ladders, roads, and other items that you place in the world might be usable by other players.

 "Death Stranding" 

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