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The Best from Stadia Connect April 28

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During today’s Stadia Connect, EA has confirmed their partnership with Google Stadia, five games will arrive the streaming service in the following months, FIFA 21, Madden NFL 21 and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order are confirmed to arrive the platform. The next two games will be announced later this year.

“Cloud is opening up exciting new possibilities for play. In partnering with Google Stadia, we have an opportunity to deliver some creative and innovative game experiences on an exciting new platform.” Said EA’s CEO Andrew Wilson.

Google Stadia’s Phil Harrison also shared a few words of what this partnership means for the streaming service.

“We’re thrilled to see some of Electronic Arts’ biggest hits come to the Stadia. I can’t wait to play EA SPORTS FIFAMadden NFL, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on my favorite screens instantly with the simple click of a button,”

It was also announced that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is now available for Stadia Pro subscribers,cross- platform functionality is supported. Google is also incentivizing new Pro subscribers with three free titles in May, The Turing Test, SteamWorld Heist, and Zombie Army 4: Dead War.

Square Enix also shared a great announcement, Octopath Traveler is now available on the platform, the turn-based retro RPG was critically acclaimed for it’s HD 2D graphics and charming story.

Certainly, Google is going strong with their plans with Stadia and capitalize on the billions of players around the world. Google has recently announced a new studio based on Playa Vista, California, this studio will be led by former Sony’s Santa Monica Head Shannon Studstill. The studio currently does not have a name, but is part of Stadia Games, Google’s take on Xbox Game Studios, a force of several small studios who will develop exclusive games for Google.
Source: TechRaptor
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