Since Typhoon no longer exists, the developers of the game cannot implement the fix. As lordubuntu discovered, it seems that Savage Planet publisher 505 Games is responsible for both Google and Journey. The Google support response sent to lordubuntu asked them to contact the 505-but the 505 support message indicated that the company no longer has control of the game code and said that only Google can implement the fix.
The Stadia community manager stated on Reddit that Google “is actively working with our partners to find a solution,”
The result is that some players can only play games that they have no access to, and there is no current repair schedule. For newly released games, this is usually routine work, and to be a front-end developer, you must know that you can’t provide hard work for people who want to play the game. It must be very unpleasant.
Google closed its internal Stadia studio in early February 2021, affecting 150 employees. Since then, it promised to continue to provide more than 100 third-party games this year. Google, Id Software, and Bunge filed a class-action lawsuit alleging it misled customers about using the platform’s ability to display games in 4K resolution.
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