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Google Stadia Add 10 Games On Eve Of Launch

Google Stadia added 10 games at the last minute. Image Source/ Bang Showbiz  The tech giant’s highly anticipated new streaming service launches tomorrow (19.11.19) – and after the 12 titles gamers will get to enjoy from day one were confirmed, they’ve now added extra games, bringing the total to 22. Google’s Phil Harrison confirmed the […]

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Google Stadia added 10 games at the last minute.

Image Source/ Bang Showbiz 

The tech giant’s highly anticipated new streaming service launches tomorrow (19.11.19) – and after the 12 titles gamers will get to enjoy from day one were confirmed, they’ve now added extra games, bringing the total to 22.

Google’s Phil Harrison confirmed the news after they received some criticism of the titles they had lined-up already.

He tweeted:

“Excited to announce that we are INCREASING the Day One launch line-up of titles for @GoogleStadia – we now have TWENTY TWO games launching with the platform on Tuesday. Huge thank you to our game developer and publisher partners for bringing more titles #stadia (sic)”

The new games are:

‘Attack on Titan: Final Battle 2’, ‘Farming Simulator 2019’, ‘Final Fantasy XV’, ‘Football Manager 2020’, ‘Grid 2019’, ‘Metro Exodus’, ‘NBA 2K20’, ‘Rage 2’, ‘Tribals Rising’ and ‘Wolfenstein: Youngblood’.

They join ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’, ‘Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’, ‘Destiny 2’, the full Crystal Dynamics ‘Tomb Raider’ reboot trilogy and ‘Mortal Kombat 11’.

Plus ‘Just Dance 2020’, ‘Samurai Shodown’, ‘Thumper’, ‘Kine’ and ‘GYLT’, with the latter being Stadia’s only launch day exclusive game.

Some of the titles in the second wave were confirmed to be coming later on.

Google Stadia will initially be available in 14 countries – including the UK, US and Canada – but there are some conditions with accessing the service.

Players will either need to have pre-ordered the Stadia Founder’s edition – which has now sold out – or pick up the Premiere Edition for £119.

The latter includes a Chromecast Ultra along with three months of Stadia Pro – while the platform’s free service is due to launch some time in 2020.