Google Stadia was announced this year and we finally witnessed the technology that can bring high-end gaming to the masses by harnessing the power of the cloud. Google forged partnerships with many publishers to bring their games on Stadia and today on Stadia Connect they announced a ton of upcoming games on their platform.
Here’s Every Title Announced In Stadia Connect
Launching in Fall 2019, the Shadowkeep chapter will reveal more about Destiny 2’s story. Featuring battles against nightmarish foes on lunar landscapes, the new chapter brings new missions, quests, loot, and an all-new raid on October 1st.
Take on the role of three mechanical machines in Kine, an upcoming 3D puzzle platformer for Google Stadia. Featuring adorable robots, grid-based movement, and a wacky art style, players will need to think outside the box to help the robots achieve their dream.
An upcoming installment in the critically-acclaimed Darksiders franchise, Genesis refreshes the hack and slash formula with a brand new top-down perspective. Play as STRIFE, the fourth Horsemen of the Apocalypse in what is the first Darksiders game to be exclusively played from the top-down perspective.
Orcs Must Die! 3
Orcs Must Die! 3 is a new Stadia-exclusive installment in the third-person tower defense series. Taking full advantage of Stadia’s advanced streaming technology, Orcs Must Die! 3 features “over-the-top physics” and up to “500 orcs” in one single wave.
25 years after the release of the first game, Windjammers 2 is the sequel to 1994’s unforgettable disc throwing game.
Destroy All Humans!
The upcoming remake of the cult classic Destroy All Humans! has nostalgia pumping through our veins. Alongside a PC and console launch, the new title will also be available on Google Stadia.
Mortal Kombat 11
Mortal Kombat 11 introduces new and over-the-top gruesome fatalities, all of which can be experienced on Google Stadia.
Featuring an extremely unique take on the first-person shooter genre, SUPERHOT has players fight through waves of enemies in a chaotic bullet-hell environment. SUPERHOT and its new Mind Control Delete expansion has been announced for Google Stadia.
The game which was quite a hit back in 1993, comes back to life about 26 years later. The game is developed by the original developer, SNK and naturally revamps the gameplay. During the presentation not much was revealed in the details of the game except for just a trailer paying homage to the original style of 2-D versus gameplay.
The game initially came out back in 2008 and is remade by Codemasters. In Google’s presentation ahead of Gamescon, the Google Stadia Platform is set to support the title along with a couple more this coming November as it introduced the game with the trailer during the online presentation.
We last saw Doom come for the Nintendo Switch. This time around, the Doom Eternal is coming to the Stadia with advanced graphics, more gruesome action and not to mention a more vast storyline as showcased in the trailer.
Attack on Titan 2
Based on the popular manga, the game makes its way on the Google Stadia. What it has to offer is the continuing storyline with the tagline, the final battle. Not to mention, improvements in gameplay are to be noted such as anti-personnel ODM (Omnidirectional Mobility gear) and other new weapons supported by the story characters that players would be using. This would be coupled with user assistance. The story would include season 3 character episode mode straight from the manga while the story mode includes seasons 1 and 2.
Elder Scrolls Online
Based in the same world as Skyrim, the game is one of the first Online titles for the Stadia. Introducing a new storyline, the game would be one of the announced titles for the Google Stadia this November. The game would be featuring a more vibrant setting and new landscapes to along with that. Players would be using characters with all-new abilities in the dark arts in a story surrounded in defeating the Dragon Race.
A sequel to the 2012 game, Borderland 3 is set to release this September and would be coming to the Stadia at the time of launch. While the trailer does not show actual gameplay, it does exhibit a game full of action.
Watch Dogs Legion
A new trailer was introduced for the game, in association with Ubisoft. The game would be featured in London with terrorists holding the city hostage. Players would have to form a team of resistance. The game provides a very open world to deal with, where players can recruit and interact with anyone allowing for huge possibilities in terms of gameplay. Every individual in the game would be unique with their own skillset and that would really make one hell of an experience. To add a touch of reality, to say the least, characters may even perish, as showcased in the trailer, suddenly due to natural causes. Players would then have the opportunity to dive into these individuals’ lives and actually learn about their stories as they recruit these people. The game is set to release on the 6th of March 2020 and would be arriving on the Google stadia as well.
Google had stated earlier that any machine capable of running chrome can stream games from Stadia, but that won’t be possible for some time. Users will need a Chromecast Pro for Stadia at launch. This will change in 2020 as Google will open up Stadia for all machines running Chrome.
Internet requirements have been kept modest, with 10mbps up and 1mbps down being the minimum requirements. For 4K streams, users will require a minimum of 35mbps down.