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Google Stadia gets PUBG, FIFA, Star wars, and more notable EA games

28 April 2020 0

Google held its April 2020 Stadia Connect briefing where it announced new titles for its cloud-based gaming platform. At the same event, Google also shared the release timeframe for some already known titles.

Alongside this, a valuable partnership between Electronic Arts and Google was also announced under which EA will launch its games on the Stadia platform. Initially, the partnership is bringing five most famous EA games on Google’s cloud-based gaming platform.

Google announced a total of 11 more games coming to its Stadia platform, including several are scheduled to arrive over the next month. These are Zombie Army 4: Dead War, SteamWorld Heist, and The Turing Test that are all claimable on May 1st.

Out of them, the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Star Wars game from Respawn and EA are scheduled to launch on Stadia by the end of the year. Others including EA SPORTS FIFA and Madden NFL will be available to players on Stadia this winter, and more games will follow in 2021.

Another notable launch, in fact, the star of the show is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG): Pioneer Edition on Stadia. This is coming for free for Stadia Pro members next month. The base version of PUBG, however, costs $30, while this new Pioneer Edition that includes a base game, the Survivor Pass: Cold Front, and Google Stadia-exclusive skins will come for $40.

PUBG on Stadia will also support cross-play, so you can play against friends using the console. Google is also bringing the ability to click a game link and instantly play.

As per the announcement, Google is also planning to launch Crayta exclusively on Stadia this summer, free for Stadia Pro members.

Thumper will leave Stadia Pro at the end of April.


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