In their big Stadia event today, Google officially confirmed the list of games that will be coming to their streaming service. The offer will include unreleased titles like Baldur's Gate 3, Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Doom Eternal.
Today, Google have officially released a lot of new details about their games streaming service named Stadia. The company talked about pricing, for different resolutions and features and most importantly, confirmed the full list of games that will be available on launch and in the near future.
Stadia will officially support 30 games including some yet unreleased titles but also a bunch of current hits such as Metro Exodus, Rage 2 and Destiny 2, which will come with cross-save.
Google Stadia boss Phil Harrison confirmed during the event that the company are also working with hundreds of developers and publishers such as 2K Games, Rockstar Games, EA, Warner Bros. to bring their titles to Stadia.
More Stadia games announcements are expected at E3 2019, where developers and publishers will exclusively reveal the support for Google's streaming platform. Furthermore, the next wave of announcements will come on Gamescom 2019, which is scheduled for 21 August 2019.
Until then, check out the full list of confirmed Google Stadia games:
- Assassin's Creed Odyssey
- Baldur's Gate 3 (unreleased)
- Borderlands 3 (unreleased)
- Darksiders Genesis (unreleased)
- Destiny 2
- Doom Eternal (unreleased)
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
- Farming Simulator 19
- Final Fantasy XV
- Football Manager
- Get Packed
- Gylt (unreleased)
- Just Dance
- Metro Exodus
- Mortal Kombat 11
- NBA 2K
- Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid
- Rage 2
- Samurai Shodown
- The Elder Scrolls Online
- Tomb Raider Definitive Edition
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider
- Rise of the Tomb Raider
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint (unreleased)
- Tom Clancy's The Division 2
- Trials Rising
- The Crew 2
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood (unreleased)
As you can see, a lot of great and quite popular games are coming to Stadia. With new announcements just around the corner, it's safe to say that Stadia's launch offer is pretty solid.
Users will get to buy these games for a full retail price once the base package launches in 2020, but until then, Google offer a subscription, which costs $9.99 and brings access to all these games as well as HDR and 5.1 Surround support.