The creator of Terraria, whose Google account has been closed, announced that he will not bring the game to the Google Stadia platform.
Andrew Spinks, one of the creators of Terraria, announced that the game will no longer be coming for Google Stadia after the Google account has been closed. There is a 3-week process behind this decision.
It seems that Spinks’ personal email was also assigned to Re-Logic’s YouTube channel, and the developer shared that he had lost access to the thousands of dollars worth of app on Google Play by appealing to Twitter to announce that his Google account was still disabled. In fact, he cannot access Google Drive and Gmail accounts.
Spinks, who could not get a response, explained that Terraria would no longer come to Google Stadia as a result of this situation and said, “I cannot do this any other way than you decide to burn this bridge. Imagine it burned. #Terraria for @GoogleStadia has been canceled. ” used the expressions. Additionally, he added that he would not be involved in a company that values its customers and partners very little and that doing business with Google is a liability.
We can imagine that this move will make a splash on the Google front and the company will want to fix the situation. After all, there is a game that came out in April 2020 and sold over 30 million copies. We think that Google will not want to suffer such a loss.
Finally, let’s remind you that Google has also decided to close the Studio game development studios to focus on business partners.
@Google my account has now been disabled for over 3 weeks. I still have no idea why, and after using every resource I have to get this resolved you have done nothing but given me the runaround.
— Andrew Spinks (@Demilogic) February 8, 2021