story on VGC
has more on the fallout of Google's decision to
close its internal development
, detailing game projects that were cancelled as a result. This relies
on "people with knowledge of its plans," so this is not confirmed. That said,
here's what it reports:
Google‘s Stadia team cancelled dozens of
projects and third-party licensing deals as part of its shift away from video
game production in recent months, people with knowledge of its plans told VGC.
The Google cloud gaming division cancelled a multiplayer game led by a former
Assassin’s Creed creative, a sequel to Journey to the Savage Planet and backed
out of proposals for Hideo Kojima (Death Stranding) and Yu Suzuki (Outrun) to
create exclusive games for Stadia, the sources said.