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Google adds six Stadia Pro games for Dec 2021: Report

Google has already added 100 games to Stadia during the calendar year 2021, officially meeting its promise of adding at least 100 games to the platform by the end of this year.

IANS Edited by: IANS
San Francisco Published on: December 12, 2021 23:17 IST
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Google adds six Stadia Pro games for Dec 2021: Report

Highlights

  • Google is adding six Stadia Pro games for December.
  • "Unto The End" is also now available to claim for Stadia Pro subscribers.
  • The tech giant is also allowing Stadia players to join multiplayer games without needing an invite.

Google is expanding the library of Stadia games by adding six Stadia Pro games for December. According to 9To5Google, "Transformers: Battlegrounds", "Wreckfest", "Destroy All Humans", "The Falconeer: Warrior Edition", and "Foreclosed" are now available for Stadia Pro subscribers. "Unto The End" is also now available to claim for Stadia Pro subscribers.

Google has already added 100 games to Stadia during the calendar year 2021, officially meeting its promise of adding at least 100 games to the platform by the end of this year.

It is unclear how many more games the brand has planned to launch on Stadia before the year comes to a close.

Google has been gradually adding features to Stadia over the past two years since its launch, including a new 30-minute game trial for "Hello Engineer" recently.

The tech giant is also allowing Stadia players to join multiplayer games without needing an invite.

This basic feature is available on most console platforms and PC launchers, but it has taken Google nearly two years to add it to Stadia.

Meanwhile, Google has announced to shut down its in-house Stadia game development division, as it sees a great adoption of its technology by third-party developers and publishers to create world-class games.

Google said that it will not be investing further in bringing exclusive content from its internal development team SG&E, beyond any near-term planned games.

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