You can also play Tom Clancy's The Division 2 shortly via Google's streaming service Stadia. The version even appears with a cross-save and cross-play function, in which you exchange your savegames with the PC version.
Do you own Google Stadia and would like to Tom Clancy's The Division 2 not only play on the PC, but also on the go on your cell phone or on your Smart TV? No problem. The online shooter via Google Stadia will start in March.
Crossplay and cross-save
From March 17th you can play your adventures on many smart devices, provided you have a Stadia account. The version even offers a cross-save and even cross-play function with the PC version. So you can, for example, play on your PC at home and then when you are on the go, you can continue playing on your smartphone where you left off. To do this, you need to connect your Uplay and Stadia accounts. Stadia users can also play with PC players thanks to Crossplay.
Crossplay is an important feature for many Stadia users. Many would have liked it for Destiny 2, but Bungie has not yet delivered this. As a result, Destiny 2's Stadia servers are somewhat empty and it is not as easy to find players as in the PC version.
Destiny 2 is not part of the Stadia Pro subscription and must be purchased separately.
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