Hitman Dev tells Stadia players that he’s looking for a way to transfer progress

IO Interactive, Ubisoft, and Bungie are listening and working on a solution.

After very surprising news of Google shutting down Stadia, several developers, including IO Interactive, Ubisoft, and Bungie, have reported that they are already looking at ways to allow players to transfer their progress from the cloud gaming service to other platforms.

IO Interactive was among the first studios to comment on this. The developer has reported that they are aware of fan concerns and are already looking at ways players can continue their Hitman experience elsewhere. While the studio hasn’t provided the exact details yet, the team appears to have some ideas on how to pull it off. As you’d expect, Stadia players are currently pretty excited about it. someone even He confessed To purchase the game just two days before the sad news, although he must simply request a refund.

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The Danish developer isn’t the only studio to admit the problem. Ubisoft has already commented on it the edge It’s currently working on bringing games [players] From Stadia to PC with Ubisoft Connect. “At the moment it is not clear if you will be able to save what you have saved and your progression. Most likely, it will also be possible for single-player games of the publisher like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, to say the least.

But it looks like there might be a solution for some multiplayer projects as well, according to Bungie. Destiny 2 developer He said Conversations have begun about the next steps for [its] players,” and will announce more details regarding the Destiny 2 Stadia accounts once the studio has certain plans in place.

However, not everyone can be so lucky, especially those poor people who have spent countless hours playing many online games via Stadia, like this guy who spent nearly 6000 hours in Red Dead Online. Let’s just hope Rockstar listens and does something about it, too.

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