This week, Google Stadia provided several encouraging signs of life, including the platform’s entry to Mexico, a sharp rise in the number of free game trials available there, and July’s robust Pro lineup, which brought in the most new games in a single week so far this year.

On 9to5Google, we compile some of the Stadia news that we wouldn’t otherwise be able to discuss in our weekly series called Stadia Changelog. A summary of the new games that were added to Stadia during the week, a list of games that received upgrades and fixes, a list of new games that have been confirmed or are rumored to be coming to the platform, and more are included. Check out Bandwidth, our weekly examination of the remainder of the cloud gaming industry, which includes GeForce Now, Luna, and more, every Friday when you return.

GAME UPDATES ON STADA You probably remember that Stadia has only released one to two new games per week so far this year, with most weeks having none at all, if you’ve been reading our Stadia Changelog column each week.

However, Google actually added a sizable number of titles on Stadia this week. This week saw the release of seven new games, with Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach taking center stage. The previous record of four new games released in a week, which we witnessed in early March and early June, has now broken.

Five Nights at Freddys: Security Breach Those Who Remain Roguebook This year thus far, Google has launched 37 new games to Stadia. More weeks like this one would undoubtedly help the platform fulfill that goal. In 2021, Google added 107 new games to the Stadia library, and the company promised at least 100 new games throughout 2022.

The promise of 100 new games has notably stopped appearing in Google’s most recent community updates and blog articles; the last time it did so was in March.

This week, Outriders also released their Worldslayer Edition bundle on Stadia, which costs $59.99 and offers a 45-minute free trial. With Stadia Pro, The base Outriders game is still free.

COMING GAMES TO STADA This week, Figment 2: Creed Valley, one new game coming to Stadia, was formally confirmed by Google. The game won’t be available until a future date, but it will.

Additionally, Atari disclosed that it would be releasing Centipede: Recharged this week as the first of five new games coming to Stadia this year. The remaining fresh additions are as follows:

Black Widow: Summer 2022 Recharge Asteroids: Fall 2022 Recharge Fall 2022, Kombinera Breakthrough: Late 2022 recharge This week, no brand-new games appeared in the ratings.
UPDATES Google Stadia will soon launch in Mexico.

Google this week stated that Stadia will be coming to Mexico later in 2022, which we referred to as a significant sign of life for the platform. With the release of this information, Google Stadia had its first regional expansion in nearly two years.

This is undoubtedly wonderful news for Stadia, even though there are still a number of problems with the platform, as we noted in our report.
Another new map is added to PUBG.

This week, PUBG revealed Deston as a new map. A skyscraper can be easily scaled as part of the new gameplay components added to the area, which is an abandoned metropolis.

Deston, the 88th map for PUBG, is a deserted city destroyed by storms and floods. Deston will have never-before-seen objects and material as well as unique gaming elements, such as a way to fast ascend the towering building that dominates the map.

These Stadia Pro games are from July.

Members of Stadia Pro can select six games from this month’s schedule. The whole list consists of the letters Centipede: Recharged , Five Nights at Freddys: Security Breach , Those Who Remain , Worms W.M.D. , Five Nights at Freddys: Security Breach 0, and Five Nights at Freddys: Security Breach 1.

This month, seven games have departed Stadia Pro, including Darksiders III, Shantae: Riskys Revenge Directors Cut, Hello Engineer, The Darkside Detective, The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark, and The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark.

Update 1.5.3 for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla
This week, Assassins Creed Valhalla received its 1.5.3 update, which includes the Bifrost Bundle.

The rainbow bridge of Asgard, the Bifrst, was constructed from the same crystal from which the Shimmering Shield and Iridescent Axe were carved. obtainable without charge from June 28 to July 26 in the Animus store.

The complete changelog for Five Nights at Freddys: Security Breach 2 is available.
Jane Foster is added to Marvel’s Avengers

This week, Square Enix added Jane Foster’s Mighty Thor to Marvel’s Avengers, just in time for the debut of Thor: Love and Thunder, which will feature the character in a live-action movie.

Patch version 2.5 is substantial, or should I say “mighty”? Jane Foster, the Mighty Thor, and a number of updates and enhancements are included in today’s update for Marvel’s Avengers.

You may check the complete changelog for version AA13.

Skull and Bones by Ubisoft may have a release date.

It appears that Ubisoft has given Skull


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