Bungie, IO Interactive and Ubisoft are working to bring Stadia game saves to PC

With Stadiums closing in January, many users are worried about game transfers. Fortunately, various developers are working on ways to transfer game saves to PC.

Three of these developers are Bungie, IO Interactive, and Ubisoft.

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According to Ubisoft, he is currently working on the possibility for Stadia users to transfer their games to PC via Ubisoft Connect. A timeline for the option was not specified, but the company said specific details would come at a later date.

Developer Hitman IO Interactive also took to Twitter to assure players that he is looking for ways for players to continue their Hitman experience on other platforms (thanks, IGN).

And Bungie, one of Stadia’s early adopters, is having conversations next step for his players.

Google announced on Thursday (September 29) the closure of its Stadia game streaming service in January.

The company said its reason for pulling the plug came down to lack of “traction with users.”

If there’s a silver lining, it’s the fact that Stadia players will be refunded all hardware purchases made through the Google Store. This includes Stadia Controller, Stadia Founder’s Edition, Stadia Premiere Edition, or the Play and Watch with Google TV bundle.

The refund will also apply to all game and add-on purchases made through the Stadia store. The majority of refunds will be made by mid-January.

All players will continue to have access to their game library and will be able to play until January 18, 2023.

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