Publisher: IO Interactive
Developer: IO Interactive
Platforms: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, Stadia, Nintendo Switch (Cloud)
At the recent Stadia Connect event, a host of titles were revealed for the service.
It’s hard to really tell where Google is on their grand Stadia experiment. The streaming service was unveiled as the next step in the evolution of gaming, but there seems to be little buzz for the service since it launched and with no real numbers to go off of, it’s a little up in the air as to what kind of business it’s been doing. But well, you can’t fault them for lack of games, as earlier today we got a truckload of them to dig into.
Via the recent Stadia Connect, we got several announcements about upcoming titles. Some of those were for exclusives, such as the fun-looking Outcasters from Splash Damage, or the exclusive titles that will come for the service from Supermassive Games and Harmonix. But it wasn’t just exclusives, as also some big names both released and soon to be released third parties. All three Hitman titles for instance are coming, with the third game coming day and date with other versions next year, as well as one of the first next gen games were were introduced to in Outriders. Though Outriders launches for consoles and PC this Holiday, it’ll come to Stadia some time next year. And, of course, one of the best games of last year in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
You can see the full Stadia Connect event as well as the full list of all the third party titles it covers below. Those games will be available starting today and going into 2021.