As part of Stadia , Google Stadia will add six new games to its growing collection on December 1. The development results are shared on Stadia’s official community forum. These games include 2, Into Breach, Everspace, etc. Currently, more than 30 games are offered as part of the Stadia Pro subscription, which costs US$9.99 (approximately Rs 740) per month. In addition, according to reports, Stadia game director Jack Buser shared in an interview that 400 new games will go to Stadia.

According to posts on the Stadia community page, Stadia Pro will 6 new free games on December 1. All 6 games can be claimed in December, and these games are not until users subscribe to Pro. Games include “Into the Destroyed Zone”, “Hitman 2”, “Kane”, “Monster Jam Steel Titan”, “Eternal Space” and “Secret Neighbor”.

There are currently more than 30 games in the Stadia Pro library. If users subscribe to Stadia Pro, they can these games for free, and November 30th will be the last date for Stadia Pro subscribers to declare SUPERHOT, Little Nightmares, Power Rangers: Battle of Grid, Super Bomberman R Online, Hello Neighbor, Free .

According to reports, Stadia game director Jack Buser revealed in an interview with Mobilesyrup that 400 new games will enter Stadia. The team has almost completed the planning of the game in 2021 and is focusing on 2022. Although Buser did not confirm exactly when these games will land on the streaming platform, the executive mentioned that there are currently 200 developers working on a for about 400 games. Use the service “in 2021 or later calendar years”.

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Google Stadia is the game streaming service of the search giant. It has two levels of free and Pro. It is currently only available in certain regions such as Canada, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Unfortunately, is not currently on the list.

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