GYLT And Metro Exodus Are Stadia Pro’s Free February Games

Two games on the spooky side, free for Pro users next month.

Posted By | On 29th, Jan. 2020

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Google Stadia has been out for a few months and, well… it’s hard to say it’s been all that impressive so far. There’s lots of promises being made for its future (lots and lots of promises), but who knows where this thing will be when it is all said and done. At least for those who are all in on the service already, there’s free games to enjoy.

Next month’s free games are GYLT and Metro Exodus. GYLT is a stylized horror game and is the first (and to date only) exclusive title to the service. Metro Exodus is the second free title, and the third one in the Metro franchise. It’s also slated to have some DLC in the near future, which you can read about through here.

GYLT and Metro Exodus will be free to download for Pro users starting on February 1st. Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration and Samurai Shodown can be claimed up until the end of this month.


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