The battle between Terraria developer Re-Logic and Google over the fate of the title on cloud gaming service Stadia appears to have cooled.
Early last month, Re-Logic founder Andrew Spinks revealed that his Google account had been disabled for more than three weeks without any explanation. He was also disconnected from all related accounts, including Gmail and YouTube. With no recourse and no answers, Spinks decided to cancel the upcoming Stadia port of Terraria.
In a recently updated post on the Re-Logic message board, the company said that after a month of pushing and with the support of their fans, Google finally reached out and provided a lot of transparency around the situation. Furthermore, they helped them restore access to all of their accounts.
Due to how much work has been invested in the project thus far, Re-Logic decided to allow the launch of Terraria on Stadia to proceed. The game is currently at Google for certification review, Re-Logic added, but didn’t supply a scheduled launch date.
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