After E3 in June, Google took to the Gamescom 2019 stage for its Stadia Connect briefing, where it announced a slew of new games coming to the game streaming platform, including CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 and Mortal Kombat 11.
The two new games join a growing list of high-profile titles that are going beyond console and PC and onto the streaming platform, such as Darksiders Genesis, Destroy All Humans, Superhot, Farming Simulator 19, Samurai Shodown, Grid, The Elder Scrolls Online, Watch Dogs Legion, Borderlands 3 and Doom Eternal.
Google also announced that Robot Games’ Orks Must Die 3 will be exclusive to Stadia. Check out a quick recap of Stadia Connect below.
There is no word yet on when Google Stadia will be available in India, but the service is set to launch in select Western markets this November.
In those markets, Google is currently offering the Stadia Founder’s Edition for preorder, which includes three months of the Stadia Pro game subscription for the buyer and a friend, a Stadia Controller, and a Chromecast Ultra. The Founder’s Edition is priced $129 (approx. Rs 9,300).