He cites “the hard work of Team Stadia”.
Earlier this month, after a public disagreement with Google, Terraria studio Re-Logic announced that it would stop developing the version of the game Stadia. However, it has now been decided to reverse this decision and development will continue.
Events reached a climax in early February, when it was Andrew Spinks, the founder of Re-Logic Denounced against Google on Twitter After his account was disabled for three weeks without explanation – he blocked access to his Google Play app library, Google Drive data and YouTube channel. He wrote, “The worst part is losing access to my Gmail address for over 15 years.”
He added, “I have not done anything whatsoever to violate your terms of service, so I cannot take this in any other way than the decision to burn this bridge.” “Consider it burned out. Terraria for Google Stadia has been canceled. My company will no longer support any of your platforms going forward.”
at The new update is posted on the Terraria forumHowever, Re-Logic announced that the Stadia release would go ahead after all. “As you may have noticed, we had a lot of issues to start the year due to the entire Redigit Google account being closed in early January,” the company wrote. “After a month of lobbying (and with the tremendous support of our fans), Google finally reached out and was able to provide a great deal of transparency about the situation and regain access to all of our accounts.”
“ Given the hard work of the Stadia Team – as well as our partners at 505 Games – we have decided to allow for the upcoming launch. [of] Follow the statement “Terraria on Google Stadia moving forward”. “Terraria Stadia is based on DR Studios 126.96.36.199 (newer), and it’s currently in Google for certification review.”
There is no word on when Terraria for Stadia will be launched, but it is encouraging to see that the issue is resolved relatively quickly. Stadia, of course, recently I stopped developing the indoor game, Which means it is now extremely important to foster relationships with overseas studios.