Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, FIFA, and Madden NFL Are Coming To Stadia

EA becomes the latest third party publisher to pledge support to Google's service.

Posted By | On 29th, Apr. 2020

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EA has until now been one of the only major third party publishers to not have pledged support to Stadia, but the company recently did so, announcing that several of its releases would be coming to Google’s cloud streaming service.

The first of these is Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which launched last year to critical acclaim and commercial success. EA confirms that the single player action adventure title will be coming to Stadia, though a specific release date for the same hasn’t yet been provided.

Meanwhile, two of EA’s biggest sports simulation franchises in FIFA and Madden NFL will also be coming to Stadia this Winter, though EA haven’t specified whether these will be new releases for the year or ports of older ones (it will presumably be the former).

Yesterday’s Stadia Connect presentation featured several other announcements. PUBG and Octopath Traveler are both now also available on the service.


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