While all eyes are on Sony’s PS5 which will land tomorrow in France, Google is not forgetting its Stadia streaming platform. Indeed, launched last year, Google Stadia continues to expand over the months, with a service that takes advantage of optimizations. Google Stadia will celebrate its first anniversary on November 19, 2020.
Destiny 2 for everyone on Google Stadia
Today, Google is very proud to announce the availability of a new Pac-Man game, with the multiplayer opus Mega Tunnel Battle, which allows 64 players to compete. As of tomorrow, November 19, Ghost Recon Wildlands will arrive on Google Stadia. Remember that Cyberpunk 2077 will also be available when it is released, just like the future game Ubisoft Immortal Fenyx Rising.
But as of November 19, Google will allow all Stadia subscribers to play Destiny 2 for free. So even if you don’t subscribe to the Google Stadia Pro service, you will have the ” luck To be able to play the Bungie game for free.
Indeed, the free-to-play version of Destiny 2 will be available for free on Google Stadia, without any Google subscription to pay. The opportunity for some to discover Bungie’s multiplayer FPS at a lower cost, while testing (sometimes for the first time) Google’s cloud gaming service. Of course, that doesn’t provide access to the full Destiny 2 experience, but the initiative couldn’t be more commendable.
On the side of Google, we remain very discreet about the results of the Stadia service. Launched with great fanfare last year, Google Stadia seems to remain very confidential a year later, and the “ new era of video games »Does not seem ready to defeat the era of this good old game console. Note that the first anniversary of Google Stadia (November 19) will be completely eclipsed by the release of a certain PS5. Like what…