There has been much speculation recently about the future of Google’s game streaming service Stadia. The reason was the closure of the Stadia game studios. So despite big plans, Google doesn’t want to develop its own games. Although it was emphasized that this would have no impact on the platform itself, customers were still unsettled.
Now Google apparently wants to calm things down and announced in a blog post that more than 100 games will be brought to the platform this year.
The following 9 games were specifically announced: In addition to the soccer simulation Fifa 21 (from March 17), these are the action platformer Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Ultimate Edition, Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut (February 23), It came from space and ate our brains (March 2nd), Kaze and the Wild Masks (March 26th), Judgment (April 23rd), Killer Queen Black, Street Power Football and Hellpoint.
Stadia has also been available in Austria since the end of last year (here for the futurezone test). With the cloud gaming service, Google wants to offer an alternative to the current next-gen consoles from Sony and Microsoft.