, a Microsoft
executive, alleges that Google Stadia
and other emerging competitors in cloud games do not have the content to thrive in the industry.
"It's a good time to be a player." On Xbox, we put players at the center of our vision for the future of games by offering highly successful content from Xbox Game Studios and our partners, growing the thriving Xbox community and giving them options and opportunities in the way they play on all devices and devices. xCloud Project. "- Microsoft spokesperson
According to The Telegraph, Mike Nichols, marketing director of Microsoft's Xbox division, said: "Emerging competitors like Google have an infrastructure in the cloud, a community with YouTube, but they do not have the content."
"You will not necessarily need a device over time, but you'll get the best experience with the local processing capability." These comments refer to the first and third-party content that reaches Google Stadia.
For his part, Microsoft's former corporate vice president Phil Harrison said during an interview with IGN that the content of the first part is of vital importance to Google Stadia, rejected rumors that Google had planned a physical game console and commented on the speeds of Internet required from Stadia.