Last fall, Google was sued for Stadia ads, where they promised 4K support at 60 FPS in all games on the platform. The corporation is alleged in the case “many times exaggerated the quality of streaming and resolution metrics” before launching the platform to attract as many subscribers as possible to the novelty . In the end, most games did not support 4K.
The authors of the edition 9to5Google note that Google really claimed that all games will stream in 4K at 60 FPS, but closer to the launch of the platform there was a clarification – themselves games can be rendered at a lower resolution, but the service will still produce a stream up to 4K. Journalists of the site do not believe that Google will be able to successfully shove for lack of 4K support in all games for Stadia – here it all depends on the developers who distribute how to them use cloud power.
“Its like trying to shove Netflix that it doesnt have all movies in 4K. You pay for a 4K option, and obviously Netflix is able to stream in 4K, but the content itself can simply have its limitations.
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