Google is being generous, and they have decided that Stadia Pro will be for two months in 14 countries. Anyone who wants to play on Stadia pro can sign up now and play nine games.
The Stadia Pro does has a huge list of games, but this free version will only get you 9 games.
These games Include
- Destiny 2: The Collection
- Metro Exodus
- Steamworld Dig 2
- Steamworld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech
- The Serious Sam Collection
- Stacks on STack
Stadia Pro – Features
Furthermore, the subscription usual price is $10, however, it is free now. Stadia Pro also offers 4K Gameplay, with further enhanced 5.1 Audio. These are exotic features, considering the free version only offers 1080p and stereo audio. 4K gameplay is not for everyone though, it requires really fast internet to stream the game from cloud lag-free.
The Service will go live in 48 hours, and it’ll be available in 14 countries. Furthermore, if you keep enjoying the service, you can also consider purchasing some games. These games will remain in your library if you purchase the subscription someday. Lastly, the 2 months free trial also follows “no commitment” policy. You can just add your payment details, and you won’t be charged for two months. Afterward, you can cancel anytime in the upcoming two months.
If you’re new, playing on Stadia is simple:
- Go to Stadia.com to sign up
- Download the Stadia app on Android or iOS
- Play on your laptop, desktop or Chrome OS tablet with your favorite (HID compliant) USB supported controller or mouse and keyboard
- Play over Wi-Fi on Pixel or many supported Android phones
Like Netflix, PlayStation, and YouTube, Google will also consider adjusting their bandwidth use. In a blog post. they wrote that they are “working toward a temporary feature that changes the default screen resolution from 4k to 1080p. The vast majority of people on a desktop or laptop won’t notice a significant drop in gameplay quality.”
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