Stadia Pro Games For August : Metro 2033 Redux | Just Shapes & Beats | Kona & Strange Brigade @ Google Stadia Pro
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Stadia Pro Games For August : Metro 2033 Redux | Just Shapes & Beats | Kona & Strange Brigade @ Google Stadia Pro

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Posted 28th Jul
Some more fab games joining the google stadia pro list of free games soon.

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Four more games are coming for free with Stadia Pro this August.

August kicks off with four more games headed to Stadia Pro, including two games making their Stadia debut. Also this week: a new Stadia Experiment that lets you try out your games in more places than ever before!

We’re starting this Saturday off with four more games on Pro! The curses of ancient Egypt return to life in Strange Brigade, a cooperative action adventure for up to four friends. You’ll explore labyrinths prowled by undead guardians and hideous monsters. Harness traps to turn the tables on your enemies, or blast your way to the heart of Seteki’s temple.

Strange Brigade is new on Stadia and ready to claim on Stadia Pro beginning August 1.

Embrace your inner detective in Kona, a chilling adventure set in a snowbound Canadian village. Something strange is at work at the edge of the world, and it’s up to you to solve the mystery and survive. Kona challenges both your wits and your nerves. Unravel a web of clues as you search a spooky, abandoned northern retreat in the midst of a deadly blizzard.

Face the terrors of post-apocalyptic Moscow tunnels with Metro 2033 Redux, a story-driven, single-player first person shooter. Make your way through a post-war odyssey that challenges you to think quickly and move quicker to survive.

The rhythm pulses and the world changes in Just Shapes & Beats. Test your reflexes against the beat across dynamic levels that move and shift around you. It’s a completely unique musical experience.

Play all four of these games free with Stadia Pro starting August 1. They’re just a few of the games you can claim today and keep as long as you stay subscribed.

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clonereeco28/07/2020 17:38

This not dead yet


I've been playing the Division 2 on it since the weekend. It works really well. Even over WiFi.

The visuals could become a tad artefact-ed occasionally, but it was very responsive. More than I expected, and that's without their fancy WiFi controller.

It was just in a web browser using the keyboard and mouse.

Having tried it, I'm a LOT less sceptical... just saying.

I personally hope it thrives.
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The 4G and 5G experiment is now also live

Try out Stadia with 4G and 5G!

Try games on Stadia using 4G and 5G with a new Stadia Experiment launching July 28. If you’d like to be part of this Experiment, you can opt in to cellular play by opening the Stadia app on an Android phone, clicking on your avatar in the top right corner, selecting Experiments, and then choosing Use Mobile Data. We’ll have more opt-in programs in the future as we bring even more helpful features to Stadia.
BuzzDuraband28/07/2020 17:43

The 4G and 5G experiment is now also liveTry out Stadia with 4G and 5G!Try …The 4G and 5G experiment is now also liveTry out Stadia with 4G and 5G!Try games on Stadia using 4G and 5G with a new Stadia Experiment launching July 28. If you’d like to be part of this Experiment, you can opt in to cellular play by opening the Stadia app on an Android phone, clicking on your avatar in the top right corner, selecting Experiments, and then choosing Use Mobile Data. We’ll have more opt-in programs in the future as we bring even more helpful features to Stadia.


So now you can F...... up mobile Internet as well as Broadband.
clonereeco28/07/2020 17:38

This not dead yet


I've been playing the Division 2 on it since the weekend. It works really well. Even over WiFi.

The visuals could become a tad artefact-ed occasionally, but it was very responsive. More than I expected, and that's without their fancy WiFi controller.

It was just in a web browser using the keyboard and mouse.

Having tried it, I'm a LOT less sceptical... just saying.

I personally hope it thrives.
PurplePerson28/07/2020 17:54

I've been playing the Division 2 on it since the weekend. It works really …I've been playing the Division 2 on it since the weekend. It works really well. Even over WiFi.The visuals could become a tad artefact-ed occasionally, but it was very responsive. More than I expected, and that's without their fancy WiFi controller.It was just in a web browser using the keyboard and mouse.Having tried it, I'm a LOT less sceptical... just saying. I personally hope it thrives.


i was impressed with it as well, shame they don't relaunch it in a similar style to xcloud/ ps now rather than buying the majority of games
I do fancy one of these but I’m unsure by comments I keep seeing that the system won’t be around long

looks a great concept compared to a pc rig
Oh yeah, Stadia. This is still a thing
Just got the tv controller and used an ethernet cable to connect the chromecast, works great on division and nba just needs more games but apparently ea have signed up
Shockey28/07/2020 17:57

I do fancy one of these but I’m unsure by comments I keep seeing that the s …I do fancy one of these but I’m unsure by comments I keep seeing that the system won’t be around long looks a great concept compared to a pc rig


I wouldn't pay too much attention to them. They know as much about the future of the platform as you do.
I signed up last month for Pro and its great, was very impressed by how well it all ran. Not a bad set of games this month either, overall pretty happy with these.
PurplePerson28/07/2020 18:33

I wouldn't pay too much attention to them. They know as much about the …I wouldn't pay too much attention to them. They know as much about the future of the platform as you do.


It mostly comes from Googles very long track record of abandoning projects that people use and are fond of but are not hugely successful. Thats why many are dubious of putting any money into the service and expect it to be cancelled at some point in the not too distant future. Its Googles own reputation that people are wary of.
nickkelly29/07/2020 00:17

It mostly comes from Googles very long track record of abandoning projects …It mostly comes from Googles very long track record of abandoning projects that people use and are fond of but are not hugely successful. Thats why many are dubious of putting any money into the service and expect it to be cancelled at some point in the not too distant future. Its Googles own reputation that people are wary of.


But it still doesn’t make much sense to me. Sure, if you’re looking to buy games digitally then Stadia is a risk. But if taking advantage of Pro games only like most users are doing? It’s a perfectly fine, viable and playable platform. Where’s the risk in it?

Stadia is my preferred way to play just now and I’m resigned to the fact that console/gaming chats always brings out whallopers unfortunately. Such is life!
My Stadia premiere edition came this week and I am very impressed with It. I did tried the 3 months pro trial and Stadia Is my preferred way to play now. Got Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath Kollection In the sale and I am amazed how It runs on my 4K TV. Will be keeping my Pro subscription this Is the platform and service for me. Everybody has different opinions on Stadia and It's not going to be for everyone.
Currently using my P30 pro with a Saitake STK-7007F1 controller. I can now play over mobile data, runs very well indeed.

I'm not wholly convinced by the standard argument that because Google have abandoned some projects that Stadia is at risk. In fact a lot of the abandoned stuff has been folded in to other products.

They have seem to have put a lot of investment in studios and infrastructure.
Edited by: "Richard_Mathews" 29th Jul
Stadia works on my work laptop and will have my own office due to distancing when I go back so it is a great service in my opinion
Works on my Samsung s8 and s9 and I bought a razer kishi which it supports too (as do GFN and Xcloud). Playstation doesnt support Kishi though.

Kishi basically turns your phone into a nintendo switch for cloud games.

Stadia is definitely the smoothest but its also the most expensive with the smallest library.
nickkelly29/07/2020 00:17

It mostly comes from Googles very long track record of abandoning projects …It mostly comes from Googles very long track record of abandoning projects that people use and are fond of but are not hugely successful. Thats why many are dubious of putting any money into the service and expect it to be cancelled at some point in the not too distant future. Its Googles own reputation that people are wary of.


This is true only to a certain point. Generally speaking, Google's abandoned projects were not products where people subscribed or payed for the service.
Edited by: "Jarretx" 29th Jul
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