Destiny 2, Hitman and Assassin’s Creed developers want to help Google Stadia players

For Google Stadia players, there are a lot of questions about what will happen to your games, hardware, and game progress when the servers shut down on January 18, 2023.

Google was quick to explain to players how to get a refund for Google Stadia hardware and software purchases – with details coming within 24 hours – and advice on how to download Google Stadia save data. But these solutions won’t solve all problems for underprivileged Google Stadia players.

Fortunately, game developers are taking advantage of the slack and trying to put together the best way to save gamers from the cloud gaming platform.

5,000 Guardians play Destiny 2 on Stadia every day (Image credit: Bungie)

Despite having noticed as much as players that Google Stadia will be shutting down, Bungie (the team behind the hugely popular Destiny 2) is already trying to formulate a plan to help the roughly 5,000 players who check in to the servers daily on Stadia (via Forbes (opens in new tab)). While that’s not a huge number of players, Bungie is trying to find a way to ensure your progress isn’t permanently deleted along with the rest of your Stadia data on January 18th.

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