Hmm, I played it for a while and never had any connection issues. I’ve played Xbox cloud gaming, Amazon Luna, GeForce experience, and Stadia, all for a pretty decent amount of time, and I can barely see any difference between cloud gaming and games on local computers and consoles. Internet speeds are fine. My kid even uses Xbox cloud gaming on his crappy little beater laptop they gave him at school.
Google just has a long history of half-assing services and then killing them abruptly. They’re basically the Netflix of computer services at this point: build something cool, get an audience, pull the plug before the service can fully mature.
It’s why I’ll never pay google for another service like this, and I don’t watch Netflix shows unless they are fully completed.