As I understand it, the law requires companies to legally make digital purchases always available if they are not strictly speaking a service. As a pair of examples, if Blizzard decided to shut-down WOW tomorrow, it would be okay without any legal ramifications. Conversely, if Valve decided to shut down Steam tomorrow, they c/would be held liable for the billions of dollars of digital goods no longer available for download.
Stadia and other services like it are a legal nightmare. They don't address the issue of purchased goods in the cloud. The better solution would be to go the Adobe route of charging a $50 monthly premium and let people play EVERYTHING on Stadia's library including new games.This comment was edited on Jul 19, 2019, 15:31.
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