"Rest assured we're always working on bringing more great games to the platform and Stadia Pro," said the service's official Twitter.
Google was reportedly going to announce The Quarry and High on Life as Stadia releases, but the deals have since fallen through and both games are getting traditional releases.
A report by Protocol details that Google might have had plans of buying or having more influence over Epic's businesses with the help of Tencent.
An updated court document states that in order to suppress competition from Epic Games, Google at one point considered buying the company.
Additionally, Google has also confirmed that starting Q4 2021, developers of Stadia games will get an 85% cut of all revenue generated from their releases (but with a few caveats).
"We're continuing to make Stadia a great place to play games on devices you already own," says product marketing lead Nate Ahearn.
Another nail in the service's coffin.
A whole lot of confusion surrounding who exactly should be fixing the game (the answer is Google).
A new lawsuit takes aim at the streaming service and early promises.
Development costs and the COVID-19 pandemic were also factors.
Several third party releases are on the docket for Google's service, it seems.
Google is being Google again.
Journalist Brad Sams says EA and Sony are on the lookout for potential buyouts as well.
The ongoing legal battle between the corporations continues.
Big promises for what appears to be a struggling service.
Everyone can use a little good stuff.
Epic brings action against Apple and Google's store guidelines, which it describes as monopolistic.
Developed by the studio behind Gears Tactics.
Google taps up two studios to develop exclusive titles for its service.
The annual conference gets a date for this year.