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Google Announces New Stadia Titles, Led by Octopath Traveler, PUBG, Star Wars & More

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Google Announces New Stadia Titles, Led by Octopath Traveler, PUBG, Star Wars & More

Today, there was a 16-minute-long Stadia Connect presentation on Google Stadia’s YouTube channel that revealed several games that will be coming to the streaming service with some titles even being available to play starting today.

The video starts off with an announcement that EA will be bringing several of its games over to the streaming platform. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Madden NFL, and FIFA will be available to play sometime this Fall.

id Software’s frenetic, fast-paced, and gory first-person shooter, Doom Eternal, is now available to play on Google Stadia. You can read our glowing review to find out why it’s worth your time.

Square Enix is also bringing over the gorgeous, retro-styled JRPG, Octopath Traveler to Google Stadia, and it’s actually available starting today.

Rock of Ages 3, a boulder-falling simulator, will be landing on the service sometime this June; Crayta is a collaborative creation game that is launching exclusively on Stadia Pro this summer.

Wave Break is coming first to Stadia and is a neon-infused, multiplayer wave-racing title that is launching in the summer of 2020; Embr, a cooperative, fire-fighting rescue game launches in early access on May 21, 2020.

Also, Get Packed is out now on Stadia as a timed exclusive and has you packing items with other teammates.

And last but not least, PUBG (the battle royale game) is available to play right now for free for Pro subscribers.

It’s also worth mentioning that the free games available starting in May for Stadia Pro subscribers are: The Turing Test, SteamWorld Heist, and Zombie Army 4: Dead War. You can sign up now to get two free months of Stadia Pro.

You can watch the entire video down below and Google will be having another Stadia Connect sometime in the summer, so just check back at Twinfinite for more news.

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