As noted last week by 9to5Google, the quality of games on Stadia leaves much to be desired as the service doesn't support true 4K resolution for all launch titles as previously committed by Google.
Since some users have apparently found accessing their free games confusing, the Stadia Team have provided a simple explanation.
It makes sense, then, that Google is now offering refunds to anyone who snagged these titles after Stadia's launch.
"We know that some users have recently purchased these two games for their collection", said Google community manager Grace.
Google has offered refunds to anyone who has already bought a game just added to the £8.99-a-month Stadia Pro subscription. Stadia, a cloud-based gaming platform, allows players to instantly experience games directly on their devices, without an additional console. Paying full price to effectively long-term rent games on an online service that could disappear? This refund is only available for purchased games, and not for add-on content or services.
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Over on the Google Stadia subreddit, several users of the platform have been claiming that their Chromecast Ultra units have been overheating and shutting down as a result of playing games with Google Stadia, especially at 4K resolution.
Google once said that Stadia would stream all launch games in 4K 60fps, but it may actually be entirely up to game developers to deliver on Google's promise.
As noted in our Google Stadia review, there's a "a big discrepancy between the 4K graphics we've seen from Red Dead Redemption 2 running on a top-tier gaming PC versus Stadia". We designed Stadia to enable 4K/60 (with appropriate TV and bandwidth).