AT&T has teamed up with Warner Bros. to launch a free, web browser-based version of Batman: Arkham Asylum exclusively to wireless customers. In an October 20th post on 9to5Google, AT&T confirmed that the new game streaming experience will be powered by technology that was developed by Google Stadia.
In February, Google announced it would be shutting down its internal Stadia Game Studio. While Stadia is still available and supported by Google, the shutdown means that Google must lean on outside parties to provide games, opening up the possibility for partners to utilize the company’s gaming technology.
“This is being powered by the Stadia technology,” an AT&T representative told The Verge. “For this demo, AT&T created a front-end experience to enable gamers to play Batman Arkham Knight directly from their own website and the game is playable on virtually any computer or laptop.”
It is unclear how long this promotion will run. However, AT&T is reporting that the game will be made available “for a limited time.”