Terraria will be released on Stadia as planned after developers regain access to their Google account

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Stadia port Terraria It was suddenly canceled earlier this month after the developer’s Google account was suddenly locked. But after working with Google, the team behind the indie hit announced a happy ending: Terraria I’m in Stadia.

Earlier this month Terraria The developer, Andrew Spinks, was locked out of his Google account and couldn’t access his Gmail inbox, even among other important Google services and sites. No progress was made after a few weeks of trying to regain his account. On February 7, Spinks tweeted complaints about the company and the situation.He also mentioned the Stadia port (which wasn’t announced at the time). Did not happen..

But now with Spinks Terraria Development studio Re-Logic has reversed the course. As discovered by , News coming Through the post Terraria forum.. According to Re-Logic, Google explained the situation to them and regained access to all their accounts.

“After a month’s push (and with the great support of our fans), Google was finally able to get in touch, provide a lot of transparency about the situation, and regain access to all accounts. With the hard work of the Stadia team (and 505 Games partners), we have decided to allow the next launch. Terraria To continue, go to Google Stadia.The· Terraria The Stadia build is based on the DR Studios (latest) build and is currently undergoing certification review by Google. “

Released in 2011 Terraria It continues to receive frequent updates and new content and has been ported to almost every platform in the sun.After sale 30 million copies across multiple consoles and devices, Stadia was one of the last places I couldn’t play Terraria.

This story is a happy ending, but the situation on Google Stadia doesn’t seem to be going well. February 1 The company has canceled all of its Stadia projectsAccording to sources familiar with Stadia’s operations, it closed both of its new game studios and fired nearly 150 developers in the process. All of this was just a week after the developer received an email from Stadia VP Phil Harrison, without warning. Congratulate their “great progress”.. This led to the awkward situation where the game was Unable to apply patch Google uh … fired all the developers, so to fix annoying bugs.

Google is also facing a class action proceeding Beyond the lack of true 4K. And yesterday Spend millions of dollars Protect famous games like Red Dead Redemption 2, Stadia has fallen below its sales target by hundreds of thousands of users.

Very good news: Terraria At some point I’m at Google Stadia. Bad news: It’s entirely possible that Stadia won’t exist before it’s finally released on Google’s failed streaming platform.

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