Destiny 2, Ghost Recon Breakpoint Reportedly Coming to Google’s Stadia Streaming Service

Posted on June 5, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Games, Google with 5 Comments

Google is set to reveal more details about its streaming service Stadia tomorrow. Just before E3, the company is expected to unveil pricing details, as well as games for the service tomorrow.

Ahead of the launch, Kotaku is sharing some details on what’s to come tomorrow. According to the blog, Google is going to reveal two big games coming to Stadia: Destiny 2 and host Recon Breakpoint. Apparently, Destiny 2 will be “one of the big games” available on Stadia, so that is kind of promising.

Bungie, the makers of Destiny, will also apparently introduce a major feature for the game itself: cross-save. The company is apparently going to announce the new cross-saving capability for Xbox, PC, and Google Stadia tomorrow, allowing users to share their progress across platforms. Whether Sony’s PlayStation 4 will get cross-saving is unknown, however.

Google has remained tight-lipped about the games that will be available on Stadia. The company also hasn’t said much about pricing, though Kotaku notes that Google could go for a “combination” of subscription-based and la carte pricing. That should be interesting.

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5 responses to “Destiny 2, Ghost Recon Breakpoint Reportedly Coming to Google’s Stadia Streaming Service”

  1. Jeremy Turnley

    I prefer the way the latest iteration of GeForce Now works, where you just buy the PC version on Steam or Uplay and it streams that. If GeForce Now goes away or you don't want to pay whatever they are eventually planning to charge for it, you still have your games.

    Buying games that are tied to a given platform is fine, but the way Google drops projects the moment they look like they aren't catching on would make me nervous about sinking hundreds of dollars into games (which is like 2 games' worth now) on this.

    Plus, Breakpoint is great, but if they think Destiny 2 is going to get anyone's attention at E3 2019, they really need to get out more. They may as well be announcing that they support Borderlands 2.

  2. Pierre Masse

    I guess I will have to wait xCloud to play Minecraft. (Auto-facepalming).

  3. nicholas_kathrein

    Can't wait till the announcement today.