There’s a solid mix of AAA and indie games in October’s batch of Stadia Pro releases.
If you’re a Stadia user, Google has some good news for you. The company revealed the new batch of games coming to Stadia Pro, and there’s a really solid mix of larger AAA games and smaller indie experiences.
No matter what kind of game you’re looking for, there’s something available as part of Stadia Pro for you.
October’s Stadia Pro Games
In total, Google is adding six new games to Stadia Pro for October. The month’s games are Dead by Daylight, Human: Fall Flat, SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, Celeste, and Jotun.
Dead by Daylight is a multiplayer horror game with an asymmetrical design. That means both teams don’t have the same amount of players. The imbalance creates some really fun experiences that make it worth playing.
Human: Fall Flat is a goofy and light-hearted platformer. It’s playable solo or with up to eight players, making it a perfect game for those times when you don’t want to play something too intense.
SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE is the third game in the beloved SUPERHOT franchise. The shooter sees you manipulating time in a game with an ultra-stylish art style. It expands on the gameplay mechanics of the previous games while adding more story elements.
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a spinoff of the Tomb Raider games. It features a very different look and feel from the main games, but it’s still a ton of fun and packed with adventure.
Celeste is one of the most beloved games from the last couple of years. It’s a platforming game, but it goes much deeper than just the fun jumping mechanics. There’s a lot of emotion going on under-the-hood.
Finally, Google is adding Jotun to Stadia Pro. It’s an action-adventure game that was first released in 2015. While not a new game, it’s definitely still worth a playthrough if you haven’t tried it yet.
Games Leaving Stadia Pro
Unfortunately, with these six new games’ arrival, Google is also rotating a few games out. Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, The Turing Test, and Metro 2033 Redux will no longer be available, so if you’re interested in playing any of those, make sure to download them before the end of the month.
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