Google Stadia isn’t even a year old yet, and it’s certainly had its fair share of problems, including the fact that it launched will very little support for promised features. Be that as it may, Google isn’t giving up yet and, if we’re to believe a recent report from Stadiacast, Google is already working on second-gen servers for the Stadia streaming service.
StadiaCast, for what it’s worth, is generally considered reliable when it comes to Stadia information, but you should still take the news with a grain of salt. Apparently, developers who have chosen to remain anonymous, have said that developers have been working on the second-gen servers for a week now. It does make sense as next-gen games need to be playable on the service if Stadia even stands a chance of surviving against the Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5, but whether or not a streaming service will be able to keep up with dedicated console hardware is still a big mystery.
If things work out the way they should, there would be...
Stadia’s latest Community Blog update didn’t bring anything of real
interest at first look. It listed five more new games coming to the system over
the next six months (through summer 2020,) but none of them are groundbreaking by
any means. But, deeper down in the post, hidden away among names like Orcs Must
Die! 3 and Doom Eternal – games coming sometime this year – there hides the
name Baldur’s Gate 3, a game that was announced just announced in June 2019 and
wasn’t expected to arrive for some time.
So far, Baldur’s Gate 3 doesn’t have anything close to a
release date. Steam lists the game as TBA and, considering the fact that it’s
Larian Studios most high-profile game thus far – Divinity: Original Sin 2 aside
– you wouldn’t expect a game like this to be rushed. Yet, it’s still coming to
Stadia sometime this year? Something sounds fishy. Or does it?
decided to reach out to Larian Studios to question exactly what this little
hidden announcement means and, surprisingly, the studio didn’t deny that it’s
coming this year:
“We haven’t announced a release...
Following a teaser that was launched yesterday Ubisoft has
finally launched the free-to-play Ghost Recon-Terminator crossover event. Two
new Termintor-themed narrative missions are now underway, with the first one available
now and the other arriving on February 1st. These aren’t just any
Terminator’s, either, we’re talking about the original T-800 Terminators.
The full Terminator story plays out in an all-new location known
as Auroa, and it’ll put us in a team with future lady Rasa Aldwin. Ubisoft says
we should expect “multiple mission settings, enemies, and dialogues,” all of
which are inspired by the original Terminator from 1984.
The Terminator-Ghost Recon crossover event runs between
today and February 6th, and if you complete the missions, you’ll be
graced with Terminator-themed weapons and vehicles. Plus, you’ll get the “iconic
punk” outfit. A duo of cosmetic packs are available too, and those will allow
you to dress as the Terminator (as in leather jacket, we assume) or Kyle Reese.
The rewards are only available while the event is live, but the story missions
will remain for you to reply anytime you like.
This event is available on all platforms...
When 4A Games launched The Two Colonels for Metro Exodus, there was a lot of disappointment in the air. Metro Exodus was meant to be more of a non-linear survival game yet, here we were, following a specific journey step-by-step as it was laid out for us. All of that is in the past, though, and the second DLC for Metro Exodus – known as Sam’s Story – opens things up as it leans toward the non-linear gameplay style that made Metro Exodus so awesome.
In this DLC, we follow the story of Sam – an American marine
that got stranded in Russia when shit hit the fan. He’s goal is to get back
home to the U.S., but he needs to get to Vladivostok first, and that’s where we
come in. As described by 4A Games, this is what we have in store for us:
Sam, determined to find a way back to the USA, departed from the Aurora to make his way through Vladivostok’s tsunami ravaged harbors, ruined industrial buildings, and crumbling residential districts. However,...
If you currently own a Google Stadia and subscribe to a
Stadia Pro account, then you’re about get free access to Tomb Raider:
Definitive Edition and Farm Simulator 19. These titles join Destiny 2: The
Collection and Samurai Showdown as 100-percent free-to-play games. It’s worth
mentioning that every current Stadia user is a Stadia Pro subscriber since only
the Founder and Premiere editions of Staida have launched so far and they came
along with a three-month subscription for free.
Our Stadia Pro lineup keeps on growing! Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition and Farming Simulator 19 are both coming to Stadia Pro in December. Just log-in & redeem them at no additional charge with Stadia Pro.Check out our blog for additional details → https://t.co/dNveExnzuw pic.twitter.com/9L8K6NWaxj— Stadia (@GoogleStadia) November 26, 2019
That also means that if you sign up for Stadia before the
end of the year, you’ll also get access to the free games as part of the
three-month trial that comes with it. If you’ve already purchased any of the
games that are now being offered for free, you can simply go into...
Family sharing won’t be supported at launchBuddy Pass support not available at launchStadia’s achievement system won’t be complete at launchExisting Chromecast devices won’t work with Stadia PC Players won’t get 4K/HDR gameplay or 5.1 surround surround soundWireless controller support only available for Chromecast Ultra
The Google Stadia launches in less than a week and we’ve now
learned that the streaming service will deliver about half of what was
promised at best. Director of Product for the Stadio, Andrey Doronichev and
Product Manager Beri Lee gave a long list of things that just won’t work when
On top of the list is the family sharing and buddy pass
system. Neither will be available at launch, but Doronichev says it’s a “high
priority feature” but won’t be ready until early 2020. That means that if you
want to play with another person in the house, you need to buy two copies of
the game. The Buddy Pass – the feature that will allow you to share your
service with someone else – won’t work at launch either. This feature will supposedly
be available two or...
The first pre-orders of Google Stadia will start arriving on
November 19th and we’re just now learning about the full list of games
available at launch. There are a handful of good games available right off the
bat, but nothing groundbreaking and nothing that’s new.
Google Stadia Launch Games
Assassin’s Creed OdysseyDestiny 2: The CollectionGYLTJust Dance 2020KineMortal Kombat 11Red Dead Redemption 2ThumperTomb Raider: Definitive EditionRise of the Tomb RaiderShadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive EditionSamurai Shodown
Obviously, a few of the games on this list, like Mortal
Kombat 11, were released this year but there are no Stadia-specific games or
games that havne’t already been on the market. On the other hand, games like Tomb
Raider: Definitive Edition have been out forever in game years (2014, if I
Although the initial list of games is a little weak, there
are more games coming over the course of the next month, leading up to 2020.
What Stadia Games Are Coming in December 2019?
Attack on Titan 2: Final BattleBorderlands 3Darksiders GenesisDragonball Xenoverse 2Farming Simulator 19Final Fantasy 15Football Manager 2020Ghost Recon BreakpointGridMetro ExodusNBA 2K20Rage 2Trials...
We were expecting Strife, the final horseman in Darksiders’
apocalyptic mythology to get his own solo adventure game as well, but the new
Darksiders Genesis trailer tells us that he’s not riding solo as his brother
War will be at his side.
While this might come off as a bummer at first, it’s
actually a pretty cool development. Strife isn’t anywhere near as serious as War,
and his fighting style is very different as well. Strife is a ranged horseman,
so when you’re playing as him, you get to use his magical guns – a huge
departure from chopping with War’s sword. In this game, War and Strife have a
new power that we’ve yet to see in previous games in which they can turn into massive
monsters with cool attacks to take out large groups of enemies.
Even better yet, you’re not forced to play the game in co-op
mode. You can choose to play solo and switch between the Strife or War as you
see fit. We don’t’ know much else about strife at the moment, but war is a bad
ass as you...
It’s been a long time coming, but the launch of Google Stadia
is just over a month away with confirmation coming in that initial Founder’s
Edition orders will launch on November 19,2019.
The first systems to ship will be the Founder’s Edition
models and those will be followed by the Premier Edition systems. The latter
replaced the Founder’s Edition when they sold out during pre-orders. Google promises that it will ship out orders
in the same order in which they were bought and they’ll be sent with an
activation code that allows you to set up your account and Stadia Pro, a $10
service that you’ll get for free for the first three months.
The Stadia Pro subscription isn’t that bad of a deal as you’ll
get free access to games like Destiny 2: The Collection, 4K streams at 60 fps,
and 5.1 surround sound, among other things. Another highlight includes game
discounts for games that aren’t included as “free.” The cool part is that you’ll
supposedly be able to play your games on any device from your TV, to your PC,
to your mobile phone,...
There's no way you can deny the fact that Watch Dogs Legion will be a brand new concept for open-world games. We're used to the old ways, where we play as one main character, with AI-people make up the entire population. Grand Theft Auto 5 changed that concept, to some extent, with 3 main characters, all of which were playable. They act like any other AI until we decide to play as them. Grand Theft Auto VI is expected to take that to the next level with even more playable characters.
Watch Dogs Legion offers the opportunity to play as every single charater in the game. And, for those who already think of raising an army of 100 people to fight for any cause you want, it won't happen. You indeed will have the ability to play as anyone you meet, but you can't have more than 20 Hackers at a time. That's the limit.
Searching for members won't be that hard, though, as your hacking skills will allow you to see their: job,...