Today Google held its latest Stadia Connect, and in the process it announced several new games that are either arriving on the service today or will be soon.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, aka PUBG, is now available to play on Stadia. What’s more, the popular battle royale game includes the Survivor Pass: Cold Front add-on and the Stadia Premiere Set that includes bonus skins like a Stadia-branded helmet, hoodie, and frying pan.
If you’re already a Stadia member, you can use the new click to play feature to tap this link and instantly jump into a match. PUBG on Stadia also supports cross-platform play with consoles so you can squad up with your buddies on other platforms.
As a reminder, Google is offering two months of Stadia Pro for free and that includes access to titles like PUBG, Destiny 2, SteamWorld Dig 2, and Grid.
Also available starting today on Stadia is Octopath Traveler. This turn-based role-playing game with a pixelated art style is made by Square Enix and originally launched on the Nintendo Switch in July 2018, and now you can buy it on Stadia too.
Finally, Get Packed is a new co-op multiplayer game that’s a First on Stadia game that is available today. This fun title has you working with your friends as movers taking objects out of a house and dealing with physics while you’re at it.
Looking ahead, Google revealed today that it’s adding three more titles that’ll be free with Stadia Pro in May. Those include The Turing Test, SteamWorld Heist, Zombie Army Dead War 4.
Google also confirmed today that it’s partnering with EA to bring five games to Stadia. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be the first to arrive when it launches on Stadia this fall, and it’ll be followed by Madden NFL and FIFA.
Today’s Stadia Connect revealed that Rock of Ages 3 is coming to Stadia in Stadia this June. Also coming this summer is Crayta, a First on Stadia title that has you working with friends to create a new game that you can share with others, as well as Wave Break, another First on Stadia game where you do skateboard-style tricks with a boat. And then there’s EMBR, a cartoon-style firefighting game that’ll be available in early access starting May 21st.
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