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[Google.com] Stadia Pro Oct Free Games - 6 Games

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[Google.com] Stadia Pro Oct Free Games - 6 Games

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Free for Stadia Pro this month:
Dead by Daylight, Human Fall Flat, SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE, Lara Croft: Temple of Osiris, Celeste, and Jotun: Valhalla Edition.

The below are also free if you haven't claim them yet:

Destiny 2: The Collection, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech, SteamWorld Dig, SteamWorld Dig 2, SteamWorld Heist, GYLT, Little Nightmares, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, SUPERHOT, Panzer Dragoon Remake, Crayta, West of Loathing, Orcs Must Die! 3, Strange Brigade, Just Shapes & Beats, Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break, Super Bomberman R Online, Gunsport, Hitman, Hello Neighbor, Metro: Last Light Redux, Embr Early Access.
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So what is going to happen to your Stadia game collection when Google decides to shut down the service in the future?
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zentro wrote: So what is going to happen to your Stadia game collection when Google decides to shut down the service in the future?
You should ask them. You should also ask Sony and Microsoft about your PlayStation or Xbox online only purchases. If you're with them, you should also ask epic Games and Steam about your online only purchases.
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quinkidink wrote: You should ask them. You should also ask Sony and Microsoft about your PlayStation or Xbox online only purchases. If you're with them, you should also ask epic Games and Steam about your online only purchases.
It's a valid question since Google is known to shut down quite a bit of their services. Don't think Stadia is doing as well as they had hoped?
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zentro wrote: So what is going to happen to your Stadia game collection when Google decides to shut down the service in the future?
if you dont trust the platform you can alwyas just pay the monthly fee and enjoy the "free games" while google keeps it alive
the selection is definitly not as great as xcloud, but the service definitely is better
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Google does kill services but something tells me they won't kill it outright, maybe just morph it into something else a la google music >> youtube music. Gaming is a crazy profitable sector and the streaming market could be the next big thing, if they ever solve the latency problem
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drspaceman wrote: Google does kill services but something tells me they won't kill it outright, maybe just morph it into something else a la google music >> youtube music. Gaming is a crazy profitable sector and the streaming market could be the next big thing, if they ever solve the latency problem
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zentro wrote: So what is going to happen to your Stadia game collection when Google decides to shut down the service in the future?
This is actually a very interesting question.

Here is my guess:
1. For games that are available on other platform, Google will try to let you transfer most of your collection to your preferred platform.
2. For games that are only available on Stadia, Google will try to help the developer to at least port the games to PC/Linux and then let you move your collection.
3. And there is always the possibility that Google just shut down the service and ask everyone to go F themselves.
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Money4Red wrote: This is actually a very interesting question.

Here is my guess:
1. For games that are available on other platform, Google will try to let you transfer most of your collection to your preferred platform.
2. For games that are only available on Stadia, Google will try to help the developer to at least port the games to PC/Linux and then let you move your collection.
3. And there is always the possibility that Google just shut down the service and ask everyone to go F themselves.
So #3 then.
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Until, or unless they offer an all you can eat style subscription for $10.00 a month, or offer a compelling game that takes full advantage of their cloud that you can't play anywhere else, Stadia will likely end up like all of the other Google abandoned projects. They also need to stop offering latency sensitive games, it's just a waste of people's time. Good idea, bad execution.
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pca1987 wrote: if you dont trust the platform you can alwyas just pay the monthly fee and enjoy the "free games" while google keeps it alive
the selection is definitly not as great as xcloud, but the service definitely is better
I have to disagree. On my decent, but not great internet X-Cloud works shockingly well, whereas Stadia won't even start. I've tried the two services also on both mobile and on a few other connections and every single time, X-Cloud has been smoother playing and crisper looking than Stadia.
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AA7HBS wrote: I have to disagree. On my decent, but not great internet X-Cloud works shockingly well, whereas Stadia won't even start. I've tried the two services also on both mobile and on a few other connections and every single time, X-Cloud has been smoother playing and crisper looking than Stadia.
My Stadia runs excellent at 1080p on Shaw. I have yet to try 4k. What resolution does X-Cloud run at?
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Squeeky wrote: My Stadia runs excellent at 1080p on Shaw. I have yet to try 4k. What resolution does X-Cloud run at?
I believe that it's variable between 720p and 1080p.
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AA7HBS wrote: I believe that it's variable between 720p and 1080p.
Did some reading and its 720p right now. That is pretty low. When the data centre architecture is upgraded from the One S to the Series X next year MS claims they will support 1080p.

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