The whole web world was unhappy with the Google Stadia launch, which had limited features. This upcoming cloud gaming service is expected to launch on November 19, and the release was speculated to include only 12 titles in its roaster. However, Stadia is just one day away from the release, and Google has already added 10 more games to the list.
New additional titles planned to add on Google Stadia
Google Stadia gained criticism for being a non-consumer friendly product. However, Google has freshly added new titles that look somewhat familiar to the users. Additionally, today, on November 18, Phil Harrison tweeted that Google Stadia will have new titles.
Games like Farming Simulator 2019, Attack on Titan: Final Battle 2, Football Manager 2020, Metro Exodus, Grid 2019, NBA 2K20, Metro Exodus, Rage 2, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and Trials Rising have been added to the list. However, the last-minute launch could have been better if they would add essential features like streaming HDR or 4K to Chrome PCs, multiplayer games, and support Chromecast Ultra.
Plus, this news is not new to the internet because these games were already announced to launch in 2019. Similarly, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2, Darksiders Genesis, and Borderlands 3 will be added to the list by the end of 2019. Moreover, Google has promised to release 22 games during the launch, and more titles will be available in 2020.
As per the sources, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint was expected to arrive in 2020, but now, they will add it by the end of this year. Moreover, Cyberpunk 2077, Watch Dogs: Legion, Doom: Eternal, as well as Gods & Monsters, is slated to release in 2020. Stadia Pro subscribers will now get to put their hands on Samurai Showdown and that too for free. Isn’t it cool?
Lastly, this new update looks promising, and Google might announce new features soon. Their new titles are good. With that being said, users still believe that Stadia need more improvement.
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