Here Are All Google Stadia Games Confirmed So Far

Google recently confirmed a release date for Stadia, with the highly anticipated cloud gaming service launching on November 19.

With Google Stadia, the company aims to reduce the cost of entry to the world of gaming, allowing those interested to enjoy top-tier games at up to 4K resolution at 60fps without having to cough up the prohibitive amounts of cash required to build a high-end system.

Whether the platform succeeds in that endeavor, molding the future of gaming and whatnot, will depend on how well it performs in the 14 different regions to which it is headed this November, but one thing Google already seems to have already locked in is convincing developers to sign up. At launch, Stadia will offer more than 30 games from over 20 different publishers, with several unreleased titles slated for the service in the future. In what follows, we list all the games confirmed for the service thus far.

At the time of writing, here are all the games announced for Google Stadia.

  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
  • Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle
  • Baldur’s Gate 3
  • Borderlands 3
  • Cyberpunk 2077
  • Darksiders Genesis
  • Destiny 2
  • Destroy All Humans
  • Doom (2016)
  • Doom Eternal
  • Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
  • Farming Simulator 19
  • Final Fantasy XV
  • Football Manager 2020
  • Get Packed (Stadia exclusive)
  • Gods & Monsters
  • GRID
  • Gylt (Stadia exclusive)
  • Just Dance 2020
  • Kine
  • Marvel’s Avengers
  • Metro Exodus
  • Mortal Kombat 11
  • NBA 2K20
  • Orcs Must Die 3 (Timed Stadia exclusive)
  • Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid
  • Rage 2
  • Red Dead Redemption 2
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider
  • Samurai Shodown
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider
  • The Crew 2
  • The Elder Scrolls Online
  • Thumper
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
  • Tomb Raider Definitive Edition
  • Trials Rising
  • Watch Dogs Legion
  • Windjammers 2
  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Note that apart from Bungie’s Destiny 2, none of the aforementioned will be free-to-play with the $10-per-month Stadia Pro subscription, at least at launch. As we mentioned in a previous piece, Stadia is, contrary to early analogies, more of a distribution platform akin to Steam than a Netflix-like buffet. You will have to purchase any games you’d like to play at their usual retail prices. The service may, of course, add more free titles with time, hopefully before Google launches the free variant of Stadia in 2020, which will limit streaming resolution to 1080p at 60fps.

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