Google just doubled the number of games launching with its video game streaming platform on Tuesday — here's the full list

‘Red Dead Redemption 2’/Rockstar Games‘Read Dead Redemption 2’ was the best-selling game of 2018, and soon you’ll be able to play it with Google’s Stadia.
  • Stadia, Google’s new streaming video game platform, will launch with 22 games for purchase on November 19.
  • Stadia will use cloud computing technology to stream video games directly to players, removing the need for an expensive video game console or PC.
  • Players will be able to access Stadia on their computer, with Google’s Chromecast, and with Pixel phones. Support for other smartphones and devices will arrive in the coming months.
  • While Google has announced more than 40 games coming to Stadia in its first few months, the list of games available for launch day is much shorter.
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Google has confirmed which games players will be able to access with Stadia, its new video game streaming platform launching on November 19. A total of 22 games will be available for purchase on Stadia the day it launches, but Google has already confirmed more than 40 titles coming to Stadia in its first few months.

Rather than offering new hardware like the Xbox or PlayStation, Google’s Stadia will stream games directly to players from PCs in Google’s cloud data centres. That means Stadia will make high-quality video games available on any device with the Google Chrome browser, including computers, smartphones, and Google’s Chromecast. However, the service will require a strong, stable internet connection to work properly.

Gamers who preordered Stadia Premiere Edition for $US129 will get access to the service on November 19 – the package includes the Stadia controller, a Chromecast Ultra, a copy of “Destiny 2,” three months of Stadia Pro, and a buddy pass for a friend. Stadia Basic will be available for free in February 2020.

Players will still need to buy their own games on Stadia; the subscription doesn’t work like Netflix or Spotify. The $US10 per month subscription gives Stadia Pro members one free game added to their collection each month, and they will be able to stream in 4K resolution. Stadia Basic will be available for free in February 2020 and only goes up to 1080p.

Here are the 22 games that players will find on Stadia when it launches on November 19.


“Red Dead Redemption 2”

Rockstar Games/Take-Two Interactive

“NBA 2K20” (Take-Two Interactive)

‘NBA 2K20’/2K Games

“Final Fantasy XV” (Square Enix)


“Farming Simulator 2019” (Focus Home Interactive)

Ubisoft

“Grid 2019” (Codemasters)

Ubisoft

“Football Manager 2020” (Sega)

‘Football Manager 2020’/ Sega

“Metro Exodus” (Deep Silver)

4A Games

“Rage 2” (Bethesda Softworks)

Bethesda

“Trials Rising” (Ubisoft)

Ubisoft

“Wolfenstein Youngblood” (Bethesda Softworks)

Bethesda

“Attack on Titan: Final Battle 2” (Koei Tecmo America)

‘Attack on Titan 2’/Koei Techmo

“Assassin’s Creed Odyssey” (Ubisoft)

‘Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’/Ubisoft

“Destiny 2: The Collection” (Bungie)

Bungie

“Just Dance 2020” (Ubisoft)

Just Dance 2020/Ubisoft

“Kine” (Chump Squad)

‘Kine’/Chump Squad

“Mortal Kombat 11” (Warner Bros. Studios)

‘Mortal Kombat 11’/NetherRealm Studios

“Thumper” (Drool)

Drool

“Samurai Shodown” (SNK Playmore)

SNK

“Gylt” (Tequila Works)

‘Gylt’/Tequila Works

‘Tomb Raider” (Square Enix)

Crystal Dynamics

“Rise of the Tomb Raider” (Square Enix)

‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’/Ubisoft

“Shadow of the Tomb Raider” (Square Enix)

‘Shadow of the Tomb Raider’/Square Enix

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