What you need to know
- Google Stadia is a cloud game streaming service.
- It's getting a lot of interesting games in the coming months.
- For the next two months, anyone who signs up will receive a two-month Stadia Pro trial.
- You can purchase a Stadia bundle for $130 through the Google Store.
Google Stadia has been criticized in the past for not having enough games. Well, it looks like Google heard that complaint loud and clear and today, revealed a number of incredible titles joining the service soon. Some are already available!
You can take a look at all the announced games below.
- PUBG (free with Stadia Pro now)
- Crayta (free with Stadia Pro this summer)
- Get Packed (available now)
- Wave Break
- Zombie Army 4: Dead War (free with Stadia Pro in May)
- Octopath Traveler (available now)
- Rock of Ages 3 (coming in June)
- Embr (coming to early access in May)
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (available this fall)
- Madden NFL (available this winter)
- FIFA (available this winter)
The highlights of the announcement have to be PUBG, Zombie Army 4: Dead War, Octopath Traveler, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. I would recommend checking out PUBG and Octopath Traveler right now because they're available. You can't go wrong with either one.
Everything you need
A good way to start
This bundle includes everything you need to get started with Stadia. It includes the controller, Chromecast Ultra, Destiny 2, Samurai Shodown, and three months of the Stadia Pro subscription for you and a friend. It's a great way to begin your game streaming journey.
Pick up the parts
You can buy everything together or you can get just the basics for Stadia. The Chromecast Ultra is available to purchase now and lets you stream 4K TV as well as play games.
All you need
A firm grip on what's needed
The Stadia Controller is all you need to use Stadia if you already have the Chromecast Ultra. You can also use it on your other devices. Get the Wasabi colored one, it's gorgeous.
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