Google today held a new Stadia Connect live event where the company announced some more details for Stadia, it’s upcoming game-streaming service.
Just to recap, Stadia is Google’s upcoming game-streaming service that will allow you to stream games without needing an actual console. Stadia starts at $9.99 for the Stadia Pro subscription which gives users access to the streaming service and new games for free regularly. Users may still have to pay individually for some of the games. Google will also launch a free Stadia Base service where users will be able to pay for individual games as well, but that launches next year.
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Apart from all the games Google already announced for Stadia back in June, it will be getting some other new titles. Here is the list of games Google just showed off for Stadia:
Google showed off some other games like GRID and Mortal Kombat 11 that the company announced back in June, which was a bit odd. Google isn’t saying exactly when these new games will drop, but they will vary depending on the game’s actual release dates and when they launch on Stadia.