Stadia lets you start the game where others left off: if you’ve never beaten that impossible level, stay tuned to State Share
There are always some phase of a video game that resists us. That final enemy or that puzzle that we cannot solve. Some end up giving up and leaving the game there, but now Stadia offers a solution to that problem.
Is about State Share, a feature of its video game streaming service that allows let’s continue the game where others left it (as long as we have the game, of course). The option is a great idea that certainly allows you to explore games in another way that now become even more versatile and better shared experiences.
Wait, I already passed that level to you
This feature was actually announced weeks ago, but now it begins to be integrated into videogames such as’PixelJunk Raiders‘. This roguelike has been developed exclusively for Stadia, and for example allows you to let’s share all kinds of captures with other players on the platform.
That catch goes further thanks to State Share. This asynchronous option allows those captures or saved games to be much more complete: you can share them for other players start the game at exactly that point in the game and with the same status and inventory in which is that character with whom the video game was being played.
In theory a chain of players you can help each other to go beyond a certain level or explore a certain area in a different way, something that seems especially important in a game like this that seems to have a devilish level of difficulty.
The idea it is certainly peculiar, and it will be interesting to see if it ends up prevailing in other games (‘Hitman 3‘will also have it in its version of Stadia) and especially if other platforms such as consoles and PCs will transfer that idea to be able to enjoy it also on those machines.
Via | PCGamer