Google is developing its own games for its cloud service Stadia but will continue to actively add games from other developers to the catalog. According to Stadia, there are over 100 new gaming apps coming to the service this year, and the first “recruits” have already been announced.
These games only represent a sample of more than 100 games that will be added to the Stadia Store in 2021 for our players to share, experience, and play with friends.
Among them, Santa has launched his first full HD adventure. The all-inclusive version of this action-platform comes with all previously released DLC, mods, and outfits.
However, compared to the 120 games that will be brought to the platform in 2020, the 100 games offered this year are slightly lower. But for the faith that Google will bring to this platform, it is still a key figure. Google has revealed the names of the next nine games.
- Santa: Half-elf Hero Ultimate Edition-February 23.
- Santa: Dangerous Revenge Director’s Cut Edition-February 23
- It came from space and ate our brains-March 2
- FIFA 21-March 17
- Katz and the Wild Mask – March 26
- Judgment Eye-April 23
- Killer Queen Black – Coming soon
- Street Force Football – Coming soon
- Moment of Hell – Coming soon
On the Other hand, the remaining games such as “Expedition 6” and “Hello Engineer” will be released in 2021. Stadia currently offers over a hundred games that have been streamed over the Internet, guaranteeing that more games will appear.
Earlier, the stadium executive said that Google was overseeing the development of 400 games by 200 developers. It remains to be seen whether the company will be able to retain this number, but the latest announcement will restore some confidence to platform users.