And here’s the list:
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
- Destiny 2: The Collection
- Just Dance 2020
- Mortal Kombat 11
- Red Dead Redemption II
- Tomb Raider
- Rise of the Tomb Raider
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider
- Samurai Shodown
To be honest, this seems like a list for a beta test of the service, not an official launch.
Can this be called a “library” of games? I have almost as many uninstalled games in my Origin library (11) as Google Stadia will have at launch (12).
So, with all the money in the world and all the talent they hired, this is the best Google can do? 12 random games? Of which, maybe four will be on gamers holiday season wishlists?
Ubisoft is again first in line on a new platform with their disappointing over-hyped products. I expect to see all their games on Stadia in the months after launch at full price, after they have already been heavily discounted on other platforms. Check out Epic Games Store to see what I mean, it’s like an infestation the amount of old Ubisoft games on there at full price.
Anyway, I still hope Google Stadia works out, especially if they can offer competitive pricing for games.
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