Follows the tech agency closing its first-party studios earlier in the month.
Tech large Google has stated that it’s attempting to fix points in Journey to the Savage Planet after complaints from the group.
In a post on Reddit, consumer Lordubuntu stated he had contacted the firm, who stated that it was working with writer 505 Games to resolve some bugs current in the shooter. This features a severe situation that causes the sport to freeze at the essential menu, making it unimaginable to play.
After not listening to something for a while, Lordubuntu chased Google, who advised them they need to get in contact with 505 themselves.
Customer help for 505 stated that there was nothing they might do as “all of the game code and data on Stadia” is owned by Google. Given that the sport is hosted remotely on a server farm someplace, it’s additionally not potential to domestically fix the situation both.
In a post on the Stadia subreddit, group supervisor Grace “GracefromGoogle” Yang addressed the situation, saying that Google was attempting to resolve the situation.
“I understand how frustrating this situation is, and I’m sorry for the delayed update,” they wrote.
“We’re actively working with our partners to identify a fix, and I will do my best to pass updates along.”
This information is available in the wake of Google shutting down its first-party Stadia Games and Entertainment division earlier in February, together with Journey to the Savage Planet’s developer Typhoon Studios, which Google purchased in 2019. The resolution was made – partially – due to anxieties about Microsoft’s studio spending spree, particularly the Xbox agency shopping for Bethesda.
When it launched in January 2020, we stated that Journey to the Savage Planet was “a far cry from the usual FPS.”