Here’s a full roundup of today’s Stadia Connect, including the Octopath Traveler announcement

PUBG, too

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Google hosted a special Stadia Connect event today, which announced 11 games coming to the service. Some are coming sooner than later, so here’s a full roundup of what was confirmed.

PUBG is probably the crown jewel here, and the Pioneer Edition is arriving today for $39.99, which comes with the Survivor Pass: Cold Front as well as exclusive Stadia skins. You can also opt for the $29.99 base game or get it free with your Stadia Pro subscription. Google also confirmed that some EA games are coming to Stadia, including Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (fall), Madden (winter) and FIFA (winter). Want some “first on Stadia” timed exclusives? Crayta (summer), Get Packed (today) and Wave Break (TBA) were confirmed or re-confirmed.

Additional future releases include Zombie Army 4: Dead War ($49.99, or free with Stadia Pro on May 1), Octopath Traveler ($59.99 [ouch! Square Enix chill out a bit] today), Rock of Ages 3 (June) and Embr (first on Stadia and PC, Early Access starts on May 21).

You can find a full roundup of the Stadia Pro updates below. In short, the aforementioned titles are cycling in, and Thumper is cycling out “at the end of April.” As a reminder, Stadia is now giving away a free Pro trial, so you can give a few of these games a shot at no cost (just remember to cancel if you so choose).

Stadia Pro Content Updates

  • PUBG – Pioneer Edition claimable with Stadia Pro on 4/28 
  • Zombie Army 4: Dead War claimable with Stadia Pro on 5/1
  • SteamWorld Heist claimable with Stadia Pro on 5/1
  • The Turing Test claimable with Stadia Pro on 5/1
  • Thumper leaving Stadia Pro at end of April

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