Google hosted a new Stadia Connect livestream today that revealed a variety of new titles coming to its video game streaming service. Big titles like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be available as early as today, while other major hits like Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order are coming soon.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be available on Stadia today after the Stadia Connect. Players can choose from either the $29.99 base version or $39.99 Pioneer Edition that includes the base game, Survivor Pass: Cold Front, and Stadia exclusive skin set. Stadia Pro members will also get the Pioneer Edition for free starting today. Read IGN’s PUBG review here for more on the popular battle royale shooter.
Google also announced a trio of EA games coming to Stadia later this year. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be available this fall while Madden and FIFA will be available in the winter.
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Here are the rest of the new games announced today for Google Stadia.
- Crayta: First on Stadia; free with Stadia Pro this summer. An all-ages game that lets players create multiplayer games and share them online.
- Get Packed: First on Stadia; available on April 28. A co-op game for 1-4 players where players work together to help the town of Ditchlington move their belongings. Think Overcooked but about moving.
- Wave Break: First on Stadia. A 1980s Miami Vice inspired arcade skateboard game.
- Embr: First on Stadia and PC, early access begins May 21. Includes Stream Connect. A firefighting game where players join an elite group of firefighters as they save lives and put out infernos.
- Zombie Army 4: Dead War: Free with Stadia Pro on May 1; Zombie Army 4: Mission 2 – Blood Count add-on coming soon. Rebellion’s popular co-op zombie game. Team up with friends and fight wave after wave of undead soldiers.
- Ocotpath Traveler: Available on April 28. The throwback turn-based JRPG from Acquire. You can read IGN’s Octopath Traveler review here.
- Rock of Ages 3: Available in June. The third in the whacky tower defense game where your goal is to bulldoze through your enemies as a giant rock.
Google recently made the base version of Stadia free for anyone with a Google account. Check out IGN’s updated Stadia review for our take on Google’s foray into the gaming space.
Matt Kim is a reporter for IGN.