Stadia Changelog: Two new games and a bid for the future are released

This week, Google Stadia added two additional titles, among them the venerable Neighbours from Hell. In response to yet another report that the service would soon end, Google has offered a vision for the future.

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 This week, two new games were added to Google Stadia, including Neighbours Back From Hell, a AAA title created by one of our own, Kyle Bradshaw.

Neighbours Back From Hell This year, Google has already launched 43 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 Calico will be released on the platform as part of the August 2022 Pro portfolio, however it is the sole brand-new game planned for August 1.

Another game from Outright Games, Bratz: Flaunt Your Fashion, was seen on the ERSB . There is still no set date for the release.

UPDATES Stadia won’t go away this summer, no.

This week, a Facebook rumor began spreading, stating Stadia was going out of business for the summer. The allegation was basically disorganized, the sourcing was suspect, and it is obviously false. Although Google itself even made fun of the assertion, giving itself a little bit of a bid for the future, it is nice to see. Our Kyle Bradshaw will break down the complete reasons.

Oh, and Wavetale is also free this weekend.
Ghost Recon: Frontline is cancelled by Ubisoft, while Roller Champions remains.

This week, Ubisoft made it clear that the free-to-play battle royale game Ghost Recon: Frontline will never be released. When the game first came out, it received a lot of negative feedback. The cancellation was announced on an earnings call.

Ubisoft has since confirmed to confirmed that Roller Champions won’t be scrapped. Even before the game’s scheduled release on Stadia, there was a speculation that Ubisoft will discontinue it after its third season. Thankfully, though, it won’t be blocked off.

Marvel’s Avengers prepares for a beach vacation.

More new skins are being added to the Marvel’s Avengers video game, including Sunny Days Outfits for Black Widow, Iron Man, and Thor. The first of the three costumes is currently on the market in the games section, and the Cosmic Threat event is still going on.

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