A new month is quickly approaching, and that means Stadia Pro subscribers are itching to know which games will be free to claim in February. Like previous months since Stadia launched, it appears that gamers will be treated to two additional titles.
So, Destiny 2: The Collection – which is the sequel to the original Destiny by Bungie (The guys originally behind Halo) – has recently been made available as a free game to those with a Stadia Pro subscription. As one of those few with a Stadia Pro Subscription via a Buddy Pass giveaway I ended up winning via Youtube, I felt the need to be one of the first to review my initial impressions about Destiny 2: The Collection on Google Stadia. It’s gonna be an interesting and wild ride, as my opinions are ALL over the place. There were
NOTE: MOST, if not all, images and experiences I showcase in this article were made by me. The featured image is copyright of Ars Technica. An Introduction to Google Stadia So, Google Stadia has just recently come out about a week or two ago on compatible devices. I say “compatible” because my Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 tablet is INCOMPATIBLE with Google Stadia! Can you believe that lameness?! As I said in my Samurai Shodown Stadia review article, I had to use Bluestacks 4 (A 3rd-party software that turns a computer into a makeshift phone with computer inputs) to be
Yesterday, the Stadia mobile app released on the Google Play store. Whilst access to most of the app is blocked due to an invite code being required, reddit user u/AquaRegia has datamined the Stadia source code in order to produce over 4500 strings which detail different functionalities of the app. The user created a script which filtered the large amount of strings into the smaller but still significantly large number of 1520. Written by squashpickle www.twitter.com/squashpickle YouTube.com/squashpickle I’ve tried to condense these strings into different categories however due to the large amount, it’s incredibly hard to categorise them all. The
Heads up, gamers. DOOM: Eternal has been delayed to March 2020 unfortunately, and will not be part of Google Stadia’s launch in November. An update on DOOM Eternal: pic.twitter.com/2LWrfh6e4Z — DOOM (@DOOM) October 8, 2019 As of October 8, 2019, Bethesda announced that instead of coming out as one of the frontrunner games on the console, DOOM: Eternal will launch on March 20th, 2020 instead. One perk is that instead of releasing it buggy with issues and patching it later, they are making sure that it comes out as high quality as gamers expect. ID Software cited wanting it to
Put on your cowboy hats and prep your canteens for when Stadia comes out in November! Rockstar Games announced that Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming out as a launch title on Google Stadia! Red Dead 2 will also be available on PC, Humble Store, Green Man Gaming, Epic Games Store, and finally on Steam in December. The game is already out on PlayStation 4 and XBox One, released back in October 2018. For awhile, things weren’t so clear back at the ranch whether Stadia gamers could play Red Dead Redemption, but as Stadia’s release date gets closer and closer