Google Shutting Down Stadia, Refunding Users – IGN Daily Fix

Google shutting down stadia, refunding users -  ign daily fix

IGN published this video item, entitled “Google Shutting Down Stadia, Refunding Users – IGN Daily Fix” – below is their description.

On today’s IGN The Daily Fix:,In a new blog, the search engine company, Google, revealed that Stadia “hasn’t gained the traction with users that we expected,” and as a result, the company has made the “difficult” decision to begin winding down the video game streaming service.

Sony’s PlayStation Stars loyalty program has launched in Japan and users have already begun complaining about the service’s fourth Tier offering better customer support. Users can move up the Sony’s PlayStation Stars loyalty program tiers by buying games from the PlayStation store and earning PlayStation  trophies, meaning that those that spend more on the PlayStation store will receive better support from Sony.

An iconic version of Batman’s Joker may be coming to Multiversus as a notorious Multiverses leaker has discovered voice lines for Joker from a legendary voice actor. The actor is known to have voice Joker for Batman: The Animated Series and Arkham.

Narz has it all on today’s Daily Fix!

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