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Google has launched its latest Stadia Connect presentation, breaking down what’s coming to the platform in the near future and reminding you that, yes, you can now play Stadia for free. Stadia has two new games available today – PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Octopath Traveler – EA has announced plans to bring several of its titles to the platform, and Google has revealed multiple new timed-exclusive games.
Google Stadia has added three more games to its Stadia Pro subscription service. Starting March 1, Stadia Pro members will be able to access GRID, SteamWorld Dig 2, and SteamWorld Quest.
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With an increasing number of game streaming services like Google Stadia finding the spotlight, it can be difficult for any individual service to stand out. 4K support is a good way for a streaming service to stay competitive and relevant in today’s market, and that’s probably what Stadia has in mind with its recent tweet confirming that 4K support for Chrome browsers has already begun, rolling out as a “soft release.”
Google has responded to community concerns regarding game and feature announcements, telling GamesIndustry.biz that “not all 120 titles will be announced by the Stadia team.” The team posits that it’s all up to game developers to announce their game’s release date and available platforms, as Stadia intends to do with its in-house studio.
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Google is set to add two new games for February 2020 to its Stadia Pro subscription service in February: GYLT and Metro Exodus. The announcement, reported by 9to5Google and yet to be confirmed, comes alongside a post currently trending at the number one spot on the Stadia subreddit filled with community cries for content on the platform.
Google Stadia will receive 10 timed-exclusives by July 2020, Google tells press. The search engine company fell short of naming any titles specifically, but it would appear it’s resolutely chasing tried and tested console tactics to get users through the door and onto its AMD-powered servers.
Stadia’s gotten off to a rocky start, but while some early adopters feared Google would quickly chalk up another failed experiment, the company is already doubling down. Stadia’s bolstering its exclusive content by acquiring new developers, starting with the triple-A veterans at Typhoon Studios, currently at work on Journey to the Savage Planet.