This weekend, Journey to the Savage Planet is available for free on Google Stadia, and the crossplay compatibility of the Outriders Worldslayers expansion has brought the Stadia port back up to speed.
On 9to5Google, we compile some of the Stadia news that we wouldn’t otherwise be able to discuss in our weekly series called Stadia Changelog. A summary of the new games that were added to Stadia during the week, a list of games that received upgrades and fixes, a list of new games that have been confirmed or are rumored to be coming to the platform, and more are included. Check out Bandwidth, our weekly examination of the remainder of the cloud gaming industry, which includes GeForce Now, Luna, and more, every Friday when you return.
GAME UPDATES ON STADA With seven new games released last week, Stadia set a new milestone for new game releases. But only one new game was launched this week. This week, Ubisoft added Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon Classic Edition to Stadia, offering it both separately and as a part of the Ubisoft subscription. Purchases of the game individually cost $14.99.
This year thus far, Google has launched 38 new games to Stadia. More weeks like this one would undoubtedly help the platform fulfill that goal. In 2021, Google added 107 new games to the Stadia library, and the company promised at least 100 new games throughout 2022.
The promise of 100 new games has notably stopped appearing in Google’s most recent community updates and blog articles; the last time it did so was in March.
COMING GAMES TO STADA This week, Google formally announced the addition of two new Ubisoft titles on Stadia. Valiant Hearts: The Great War, which launches on July 15, is the first title in line. The price of the animated comic book adventure is $14.99.
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