Google Stadia games: here are all the titles available initially on Google Stadia. Google Stadia Game List. Google Stadia game list included.
Google Stadia game list
Here we are: Google Stadia was officially presented by Google on 6 June 2019 via a dedicated press conference. Finally, then we have all the information on price, availability, launch date, games, and features of Google Stadia, the Google cloud gaming service we talked about a few weeks ago in our preview:
Since the questions on Google Stadia are many and our goal is to respond to your doubts as precisely as possible, we have decided to dedicate a series of articles and posts to Google Stadia, in order to clarify all your doubts.
So let’s not get lost in small talk, let’s go straight to clarify doubts and questions about the games that will be available at the launch of Google Stadia.
Google Stadia game list
Here is the complete list of all the titles that will be available at day one on Google Stadia. Obviously, the list will be updated in the future with many new games coming.
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
- Eternal DOOM
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood
- Destiny 2
- Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid
- Baldur’s Gate 3
- Metro Exodus
- Samurai Shodown
- Football Manager 2020
- Get Packed
- The Elder Scrolls Online
- The Crew 2
- Division 2
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint
- Trials Rising
- NBA 2K
- Borderlands 3
- Farming Simulator 19
- Mortal Kombat 11
- Rage 2
- Final Fantasy XV
- Tomb Raider Trilogy
- Darksiders Genesis
- Just Dance 2020
For $11 per month, we will be able to reproduce all these streaming games(and others in the future) directly from Google data centers located all over the world.
Here are some game trailers below:
Google Stadia pre-order
In the meantime, to deceive the wait, you point out that you can pre-order Google Stadia directly from the official site that you find below:
What is Google Stadia?
Just to refresh your memory, I would like to spend a few words on this platform, in order to clarify to everyone what it is and what it offers.
Google Stadia is a platform for streaming gaming: the games are running in Google’s data centers and are streamed to supported devices. Each server is equipped with a Custom AMD 10.7 teraflops GPU and a custom x86 processor with a 2.7GHz frequency. Multiple servers can be used for title execution, creating a multi-GPU system.
Google Stadia can be played initially on TV, desktop computer and laptop, Pixel tablet and smartphone -you will start with 3/3 XL and 3a / 3a XL. On the computer, it will be enough to open Chrome, on a smartphone, there will be a special app Stadia. On TV you will need a Chromecast Ultra. Google says it intends to expand to more form factors in the future, including other smartphone models.
Operation in the cloud relieves the user from the need to have powerful hardware to perform the titles: a sufficiently fast Internet connection is sufficient(approximately 10 Mbps for a 720p streaming).
The other big advantage: no downloads, no patches, no installation times.
As anticipated, you can play on Stadia with desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets and, using Chromecast Ultra, with TV and any screen with HDMI input. It will be possible to use peripherals such as keyboards, mice, USB HID controllers or the Stadia Controller, which offers exclusive functions such as the dedicated Google Assistant button.
Games can be played initially up to the maximum 4K resolution at 60FPS, with HDR and surround sound.
The platform provides special functions to facilitate interaction with YouTube: among the many, it will be possible to quickly switch from the trailer of a game to the actual game and interact in real time with the YouTubers.