Related: Read our Google Stadia reviewBut missteps by previous companies (we’re looking at you, Google) has shown that launching a new cloud gaming project isn’t always easy.
A bigger range of compatible phonesWhen Stadia first launched, it was only available on a handful of Pixel models.
Admittedly this has now expanded to a few other brands, but you still can’t play games via Stadia on a huge range of popular handsets, which is a frustration for paying users.
A better pricing strategyThe basic version of Google Stadia is now free, so you can buy games as normal and play on your phone or browser.
But this Crowd Play feature hasn’t appeared on the service yet.

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