Google Stadia Doubles Its Launch Line-Up

Google Stadia Doubles Its Launch Line Up

Mere hours before the game streaming service launches its early access mode, it has been announced that Google Stadia has doubled its launch line-up from twelve to twenty-two games to be available on the service.

Google vice president and GM Phil Harrison made the announcement on Twitter today. The original line-up announced last week included: “Assassin’s Creed Odyssey,” “Destiny 2,” “Gylt,” “Just Dance 2020,” “Kine,” “Mortal Kombat 11,” “Red Dead Redemption 2,” Samurai Showdown,” “Thumper,” and the modern rebooted “Tomb Raider” trilogy.

The new games joining them are: “Attack on Titan: Final Battle 2,” “Farming Simulator 2019,” “Final Fantasy XV,” “Football Manager 2020,” “Grid 2019,” “Metro Exodus,” “NBA 2K20,” “Rage 2,” “Trials Rising,” “Wolfenstein: Youngblood”.

The first reviews for the service have gone online and according to reports the good news is it works for now and is playable. The bad news, it’s not perfect. Wired describes it thus: “games sometimes look like you’re watching an ultra-high-resolution gameplay video rather than actually playing the game yourself. They look drab.”

Source: PC Gamer