Outriders has been out for a little over a week now and the Stadia version is just not up to expectations. From performance problems and server instability to a complete lack of patches, Stadia players are getting left in the dust.
With the flexibility of Stadia, you can play all of your favorite games on your TV, phone, computer, laptop, or tablet easily. A Stadia Pro subscription includes some free games, but you can buy even more ranging from AAA titles to indies and platform exclusives. Here are our picks for the best out there that you won't want to put down.
The latest This Week in Stadia blog post is full of juicy details and new games this week, including the launch of one of the scariest games of all-time and eight brand new titles hitting the platform.
Today Google is announcing that Capcom's latest survival horror game, Resident Evil Village, will launch on Stadia alongside all other platforms. Also, Stadia Pro subscribers can play Resident Evil 7 for free starting in April.
EA made its NFL debut on Stadia with Madden NFL 21. Even though it's one of the weakest recent entries in the long-running sports franchise, it's still an excellent port that runs beautifully in the cloud.
Today Q-Games announced that the latest entry in its popular PixelJunk franchise, PixelJunk Raiders, is coming exclusively to Stadia. PixelJunk Raiders will be free with a Stadia Pro subscription starting on March 1.
Little Nightmares 2 is one of the most perfect sequels I've ever played because it builds on exactly what made its predecessor so great and improves everything from top to bottom while still feeling fresh and terrifying.
Stadia Pro gets a surprise this week with the inclusion of Little Nightmares 2, a brand new spooky stealth game that follows two children through a haunted world. Crayta is now free to play for everyone too.