Since Stadia has appeared to receive less attention over the previous few years, its absence from this year’s Google I/O conference was not unexpected, nor was the fact that no new titles were released this week.
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, there were no new Stadia games launched, hence the overall amount did not change from the previous week. Throughout this calendar year, Google has launched 22 new games on 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 Even though nothing was released this week, it appears that some additional new games are in the works. StadiaSource spotted a Ubisoft calendar that may indicate the arrival of Rabbids: Party of Legends, Roller Champions, and For Honor (Ubisoft has announced that For Honor is not coming) on Stadia.
Additionally, the narrative-driven game Talking Dogs declared that Google Stadia would host its release.
UPDATES Rainfall Risk On Stadia, 2 Survivors of the Void is now available.
The Survivors of the Void DLC for Risk of Rain 2 has been made available on Google Stadia months before the update for consoles. After the expansion was initially released on PC, that is the first new platform the update has been made accessible on.
The Survivors of the Void is rated live now on the Stadia Store and costs $14.99.
Since it went live, we’ve had a chance to play the update on Stadia, and it works great! In addition to the new levels, monsters, and Railgunner character, the game’s addicting gameplay has been thoroughly refreshed.
Stadia did not appear at Google I/O.
This week’s Google I/O conference was held, however sadly Stadia was not well-represented. Given that I/O is nominally a developer-focused conference for Android, Chrome, and other products like Assistant, this isn’t entirely unexpected. However, Google devoted a lot of attention on its consumer-oriented products, especially Pixel, and completely ignored Stadia during the opening speech. At I/O 2021, the service notable had at least one notable spotlight .
As a reader noted after the article was published, one Flutter session did concentrate on Stadia as an app.
American Legends: The Crew 2
American Legends, an expansion pack for The Crew 2 by Ubisoft, adds additional vintage cars and other features to the game.
The follow-up to Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order may have a name.
The sequel to EA’s Jedi Fallen Order game may have a name, though we’re not sure if it will be available on Stadia. Star Wars: Jedi Survivor, according to Jeff Grubb StadiaSource 1, might be the title of the next title. We anticipate hearing more information on the game soon.