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Elder Scrolls Online [Includes Morrowind Chapter and Crossplay support with PC] & Little Nightmares FREE for Google Stadia Pro subscribers
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Elder Scrolls Online [Includes Morrowind Chapter and Crossplay support with PC] & Little Nightmares FREE for Google Stadia Pro subscribers

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Posted 26th MayEdited by:"joeydeacon"

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*** Update: Little Nightmares also confirmed as free Stadia Pro game from 1st June.

On June 16, The Elder Scrolls Online lands on Stadia Pro. One of the most beloved and deep multiplayer RPGs of all time will be ready to play instantly across your laptops, desktops, compatible phones and tablets, and TVs with Chromecast Ultra. Just claim it for free with Stadia Pro. The Elder Scrolls Online on Stadia also features the Morrowind Chapter as free content.

And The Elder Scrolls Online is launching with crossplay support with PC, which means you’ll be able to play with friends across Stadia and PC. The Elder Scrolls Online also features cross-progression with PC, so you can carry over your progress!
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I recently signed up to the free 2 month trial of Stadia Pro and I have to say I’m impressed with the tech and the seamless way in which it launches and streams games. All very impressive and, for the most part, fluid.

However, the games are ridiculously over priced and the free “Pro” subscription offering just doesn’t justify the £8.99 p/month they’re asking. If it was more like a game pass deal (ie. 100s of games, including AAA releases on day 1) I would absolutely subscribe and it would make me question if I ever need a dedicated gaming PC again.

Until then, this is nice to try out as part of my trial, but doesn’t justify the subscription. Just my humble opinion.
Thank god no more 100+ gb install lol
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Thank god no more 100+ gb install lol
I recently signed up to the free 2 month trial of Stadia Pro and I have to say I’m impressed with the tech and the seamless way in which it launches and streams games. All very impressive and, for the most part, fluid.

However, the games are ridiculously over priced and the free “Pro” subscription offering just doesn’t justify the £8.99 p/month they’re asking. If it was more like a game pass deal (ie. 100s of games, including AAA releases on day 1) I would absolutely subscribe and it would make me question if I ever need a dedicated gaming PC again.

Until then, this is nice to try out as part of my trial, but doesn’t justify the subscription. Just my humble opinion.
Gambini26/05/2020 22:25

I recently signed up to the free 2 month trial of Stadia Pro and I have to …I recently signed up to the free 2 month trial of Stadia Pro and I have to say I’m impressed with the tech and the seamless way in which it launches and streams games. All very impressive and, for the most part, fluid. However, the games are ridiculously over priced and the free “Pro” subscription offering just doesn’t justify the £8.99 p/month they’re asking. If it was more like a game pass deal (ie. 100s of games, including AAA releases on day 1) I would absolutely subscribe and it would make me question if I ever need a dedicated gaming PC again. Until then, this is nice to try out as part of my trial, but doesn’t justify the subscription. Just my humble opinion.


I agree. At this point I’d rather wait for xcloud to be added to game pass. It’ll not only be cheaper than stadia, but will offer support for more platforms, and the bonus of being able to use game pass for dedicated downloads on Xbox/PC.
Edited by: "sukhdev92" 26th May
Also some games are now at 1440p, was just playing ACO.
I just wish I could get good interwebs in my area as stadia needs a min of 10mbs upload onday I will, one day!
sukhdev9226/05/2020 22:31

I agree. At this point I’d rather wait for xcloud to be added to game p …I agree. At this point I’d rather wait for xcloud to be added to game pass. It’ll not only be cheaper than stadia, but will offer support for more platforms, and the bonus of being able to use game pass for dedicated downloads on Xbox/PC.


If you have Game Pass ultimate you can get the Xcloud beta as well as using GP on Xbox and PC already.
My kids use it for their Xboxes and I use it on my PC and XCloud on my phone and using the offers on here I got it for less than £8.99 a month up until December
So I've never played Skyrim (more then just an hour or so) as so many other games got in the way, and also the janky engine really puts me off. Sure it looks great with mods but the combat never really appealed to me as it just feels off. Anyways...is this a better version of skyrim or should I be spending my time on skyrim vs this?
Edited by: "umirza85" 27th May
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Gambini26/05/2020 22:25

I recently signed up to the free 2 month trial of Stadia Pro and I have to …I recently signed up to the free 2 month trial of Stadia Pro and I have to say I’m impressed with the tech and the seamless way in which it launches and streams games. All very impressive and, for the most part, fluid. However, the games are ridiculously over priced and the free “Pro” subscription offering just doesn’t justify the £8.99 p/month they’re asking. If it was more like a game pass deal (ie. 100s of games, including AAA releases on day 1) I would absolutely subscribe and it would make me question if I ever need a dedicated gaming PC again. Until then, this is nice to try out as part of my trial, but doesn’t justify the subscription. Just my humble opinion.


Just to add to this, I don't think there's a game on Stadia which hasn't had a sale. The sales are generally as good as console sales, so for example, the lowest price Doom Eternal has been on Stadia is equivalent to its lowest price on PS4/Xbox One. The standard price for games is also generally equivalent to consoles.

Personally I think the price for what you get is quite reasonable - 2+ free games a month, I've received 18 free games since November, with another 6 games coming in June, plus being able to play in 4K.
I'm both gutted and glad that they're not allowing you to transfer console saves to Stadia.

Had hoped to move my PS4 characters over as have spent so many hours on them but I know if they had allowed it I'd be sinking a lot more time into it, especially with Greymoor coming out.
umirza8527/05/2020 08:18

So I've never played Skyrim (more then just an hour or so) as so many …So I've never played Skyrim (more then just an hour or so) as so many other games got in the way, and also the janky engine really puts me off. Sure it looks great with mods but the combat never really appealed to me as it just feels off. Anyways...is this a better version of skyrim or should I be spending my time on skyrim vs this?


This game is pretty deadly, many an hour I've lost to it.

It's a really good game, though if you're a solo player, I'd say Skyrim is probably more instantly rewarding. That said, I have loved some of the stories, in particular loved the Summerset chapter.
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