In addition to adding a massive classic this week, Google Stadia has dates for a number of new family titles that will be available on the platform.

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 This week saw the addition of two new games to Google Stadia, one of which was Pro. After seven years of development, the popular game Cities: Skylines is now accessible on Stadia. At Pro subscribers, the game is accessible with the full collection of expansions for no additional cost. Additionally, Ubisoft added Far Cry Primal to the system, but at its standard $29.99 cost.

Far Cry Primal Throughout this calendar year, Google has launched 24 new games to Stadia. Google added 107 new games to the Stadia library in 2021, and by 2022, the company promised at least 100 more, which is a lofty goal at the current pace.

COMING GAMES TO STADA The other major announcement this week, in addition to the release of Skylines, came from Outright Games, a publisher best known for its range of family-oriented games. Numerous Outright games are already accessible on Stadia, but this week it was announced that several additional family-friendly games will be arriving in the coming months.

DC League of Super-Pets: The Adventures of Krypto and Ace is the first game on the list of new family games added to Stadia by AAA3. The game will be published on July 15 on all platforms, including Stadia, and is based on a forthcoming movie with a similar name. The Paw Patrol Grand Prix will be the next event on September 30. L.O.L. Surprise! On October 7, B.Bs Born will debut, while Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova will follow in the same month. There is still no information on the release dates for My Little Pony: A Maretime Adventure and Dreamworks Dragons: Legends of the Nine Realms, which will arrive this summer and fall, respectively.

In addition to these six new family titles, Stadia was also announced for Roller Champions, a new competitive sports game from Ubisoft that will initially launch on PC next week but subsequently make its way to Stadia. Additionally, Ubisoft will shortly release Rabbids: Party of Legends on Stadia.

Additionally, a June 1 release date for Deathrun TV was established. The people at StadiaSource also spoke with the creators of Battle Billiards, an independent game headed to Stadia.

UPDATES Next week, Dawn of the Monsters is no cost.

The weekend of May 26 through May 31 is a free play period for the Kaiju video game Dawn of the Monsters. There is no requirement for Stadia Pro to play the game for free.

Nine to Five leaves before sunrise.
It certainly took us too long.

Putting jokes aside, this week saw the 1.0 release of the team-based shooter Nine to Five, which ended its early access phase. The update for the free-to-play game adds a new map, leveling up past 15, player reporting, and other features.

incoming 1440p?

The best in the business, our APK Insight team, tore down the most recent Stadia app earlier this week and discovered indications that 1440p streaming might be coming to Stadia shortly. The complete post with more information is available here.

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