Gamescom 2019 Google Stadia Highlights
We collected the games announced for Google Stadia at the recent Stadia Connect stream
Following the presentation held by Microsoft, Google broadcast the second Stadia Connect stream, where the company focused on the games to join the cloud gaming service,
We highlighted the main moments of the stream.
Watch Dogs Legion
The devs also shared their thoughts on the game.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep
Destiny 2 The Collection, which includes all DLC, will be available on Stadia starting day 1.
The 3D puzzle received a new trailer. Coming to PC, Stadia, and Nintendo Switch.
The spinoff of the Darksiders series got a new trailer.
Orcs Must Die! 3
The action tower-defense series is getting a new entry, now on a bigger scale.
The devs also told about working with Stadia and what fans can expect.
The sequel to the 1994 sports game will be available later this year on Google Stadia, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
Destroy All Humans! Remake
The Stadia version of the game will be available in 2020 along the PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions.
Mortal Kombat 1
NetherRealm’s fighting game will be available on Stadia in November.
The devs also shared their thoughts on working with Google.
The release date has not been revealed yet.
Farming Simulator 19
The farming simulator will join the roster with the Platinum edition release. No set release date though.
Released in June 2019, the fighting game received a Stadia trailer.
The Stadia version of the racing game was announced in the previous Stadia Connect, while for Gamescom the devs prepared a new trailer.
The sequel to the 2016 shooter received a new trailer, coming ‘soon’.
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle
The game released on other platforms in March 2018 and is now coming to the cloud platform. The release date has not been announced.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Elswyer
Bethesda’s MMORPG will be available on Stadia sometime in the future.
Apart from PC, PS4 and Xbox One, the trequel will also be available via Google’s cloud platform.
Other than that, there have been no other updates on the service. As stated before, Google Stadia will launch in 30 countries in November 2019. To try the service, you should buy the Founder’s Edition for $129.
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