Stadia offers free Batman: Arkham Knight for AT&T with white label technology
Google is partnering with AT&T to offer customers of the telecommunications company a free version of Batman: Arkham Knight streamed through the Stadia service without having to sign in to a Stadia account.
9to5Google reports this AT&T Wireless users can play Batman: Arkham Knight Free streamed through Google Chrome or other Chromium-based web browser on desktop or laptop. Users sign in with their AT&T phone number and billing zip code, and can play the game in full screen at 1080p resolution using a keyboard and mouse or a compatible third-party controller .
There is no mention of Stadia on the promotion page or in-game, and there is no option to connect a Stadia controller to play the game. IGN confirmed that AT&T is using Google’s Stadia technology to stream Batman: Arkham Knight, which is not available to play on Stadia itself, without being part of its ecosystem.
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“This is powered by Stadia technology,” an AT&T spokesperson said in a statement to IGN. “For this demo, AT&T has created a front-end experience to allow players to play Batman: Arkham Knight directly from their own website and the game is playable on virtually any computer or laptop.”
Google closed its in-house development studios for Stadia last February and said it would work with third-party companies to use Stadia’s technology and tools. The company reportedly spent “tens of millions of dollars” securing big titles like Red Dead Redemption 2, one of the best games on the platform, but missed several monthly active user and controller sales targets .
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