FIFA 21, Judgment and a series of fun platform games on the way
Google is assuring owners that despite its somewhat rocky start, Stadia is still fully supported by the company, with “more than 100 games” currently scheduled to hit the cloud gaming service in the course of 2021. .
“We are thrilled to continue offering great games from some of the best developers for our players to experience on the Stadia store,” an official Stadia forum post reads. “Over the next several weeks and months, gamers can expect to see everything from action-packed RPGs to competitive cooperative titles and agile platforms. […] These games represent just a sample of the 100+ games that will be added to the Stadia store for our players to share, experience and play with friends in 2021. “
Among the titles lining up for Stadia’s immediate future are Electronic Arts’ FIFA 21 (March 17), Yakuza team detective fighter Judgment (April 23) and Cradle Games’ sci-fi RPG Hellpoint. A host of cute and cartoon platformer titles are also listed, including WayForward Shantae releases Half Genius Hero Y Risky’s Revenge, PixelHive is fun Kaze and the wild masksand LiquidBit’s competitive multiplayer title Killer Queen Black.
The post is a continuation of Stadia’s recent announcement that it was already closing its internal game development studios, just over a year after the service launched. Moving forward, Stadia intends to focus on delivering old and new third-party software to its user community, releasing more games with each passing month.
I guess there’s still life in the old … uh … new dog.
Google plans to release 100 games for Stadia this year [Engadget]
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