A few big budget titles as well as a few smaller indie games have been announced to be heading over to Google’s upcoming streaming service, Stadia. During Gamescom today Google made the announcement that over a handful of other titles will be joining to Stadia line up later down the line.
Included in the arsenal of announcements heading over to the game streaming service are some recently released games as well as some highly anticipated titles releasing sometime in 2020. Leading the pack was next year’s CD Projekt Red title, Cyberpunk 2077, followed by Destroy All Humans remake, Mortal Kombat 11, Orcs Must Die 3, Kine, Attack on Titans 2, Windjammers 3 and Superhot.
Check out a few trailers showcasing the new games headed to Stadia from Gamescom below:
It was also announced that Orcs Must Die 3 will release as a timed exclusive for the Stadia platform. Cyberpunk 2077 is set to release on the PS4, Xbox One and PC on April 16, 2020 with no Stadia release date yet announced. Google Stadia is set to release this coming November.