“They have no content”: Microsoft does not believe in the success of Google Stadia

At GDC 2019, Google showed the gaming cloud service Stadia, which pleasantly surprised the boss of the Xbox division, Phil.

Spencer. Despite this, Microsoft does not believe in the success of the Internet giant’s new venture.

What is known

In an interview with The Telegraph (via PCGamesN)Marketing Director Mike Nichols noted that Google has an excellent platform for promoting Stadia. For example, the company plans to link the service with YouTube so that gamers can launch the game they like after watching the trailer. At the same time, Nichols is not confident that the company will be able to find games that will attract an audience.

“New competitors like Google have the cloud infrastructure and the YouTube community, but they don’t have the content,” said Mike Nichols.

At the presentation, Google said that at the launchStadia's lineup of games will include Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, DOOM: Internal and DOOM (2016). In addition, the company has formed its own gaming studio, Stadia Games, which is run by Assassin's Creed producer Jade Raymond.