Google has just added a rather original function in Stadia, its service of cloud gaming. If you take a screenshot or record a video while playing, the system automatically generates a URL. By clicking on this URL, the other players subscribed to the service are found in the game, at the exact location where you captured or recorded the video and in the same state. However, they must have the same game as you to enjoy it.
Function State Share thus gives the sensation of diving into the image or video, to become no longer a spectator, but an actor in the game. It allows access to levels that you may not have been able to reach, or even levels that you will never see. This is for example the case in games that use procedural generation, such as PixelJunk Raiders, from Q-Games.
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It can also be used by players to help each other. For example, a first player shares a combat game level and a second player comes to lay down weapons there, to help the first player, and shares this level again. In addition, a level can even be used to serve as a weapon storage between players.
Thus, a small community was created to take full advantage of the function State Share and share game levels. Will this be enough to make Stadia, whose future is uncertain, more popular?
Source : PC Gamer