Perhaps there's a clause in Stadia's publisher/developer contracts that require them to offer users Steam, Origin, Uplay, or other platform-specific keys if Google's ambitious service is discontinued? Perhaps the biggest question to come out of the AMA is the one that's been haunting many enthusiasts of the system: What happens to our games if something happens to Stadia?
Google Stadia's director of product, Andrey Doronichev tried to clear away some lingering confusion over Stadia by describing Stadia Pro as being more like PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold than Netflix.
He also added that Google is committed to making it a success but of course, the reality is that if Stadia does not work out and Google shuts it down, those people will not have access to their games.
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In context: There's plenty of cautious optimism surrounding Google's upcoming "Stadia" game streaming service, and with so many major AAA publishers pledging their support for the project, it isn't hard to see why. That will cost $130. From day one we'll support Takeout, so that you can download your game metadata, including saves if you want to.
According to Doronichev, the Stadia Pro plan will give you "roughly" one free game a month (to keep, presumably) just for staying subscribed. "Starting with Destiny 2". As you may already know, Google hopes its cloud gaming service will be a disruptive force, with claims of handling gaming at up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, along with HDR and 5.1 surround sound support. A Stadia Base service will come in 2020 where you can simply purchase games outright. As stated before, Pro is a subscription service, like PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold, that offers perks to its subscribers, but does NOT grant access to a full library of games like Netflix offers for movies and shows. Another question pressed the Shield TV point, but that also wasn't answered with any definitive confirmation, although it would seem likely. Frame rate is still capped at 60 FPS, so your paid subscription doesn't get you anything more on that front. Unfortunately, it might not be the "Netflix for Games" nearly everyone is making it out to be. Some people - not unreasonably - interpreted this to mean that free-to-play games like Fortnite and Warframe will only be available to Pro subscribers, but it's possible Doronichev was referring to the games in the free Pro library. You can only gain access to those free games if you're a subscriber, and if you lapse, you'll regain them once you resubscribe. One thing that's in favor of Google Stadia is that the gaming industry is moving toward digitization from physical media.