2020 welcomed cloud gaming as a new player in entertainment. Services like Xbox Game Pass contain an impressive library of games, some of which have mobile ports on the Play Store, but I have to wonder if we'll see less games ported to mobile because of cloud gaming.
2020 saw Cloud gaming with Xbox Game Pass come to full fruition from Project xCloud. Google continued to push Stadia. Streaming games to your phone has never been easier, but there are still things to work out and some that may never be resolved.
Outcasters just released on Google Stadia and is included at no extra-charge for all Pro subscribers. It's not a must-play title by any means, but it still offers plenty of fun with its inventive twist on twin-stick shooting.
Shadow is expanding its reach throughout the US with support in 10 additional states, as well as a new 3-tier pricing plan. Even more exciting is the possibility to play full PC VR games through Shadow's VR Exploration program on the Oculus Quest.
Game Director for The Long Dark, Raphael van Lierop, took to Twitter to announce that the game will no longer be offered on NVIDIA's GeForce Now cloud gaming service. That marks the latest in a series of games pulled from NVIDIA's recently-launched cloud gaming service.