Stadia dropped a lot of new info on fans in their spotlight video earlier today. So what should you expect to see released from Google Stadia the rest of 2020? Basically, a little bit of everything. The streaming service will be getting some brand new games, some anticipated sequels, and a few unique Stadia exclusives.
Stadia will be getting some big titles set to release later this year. These include new sports titles NBA 2K21, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, and PGA Tour 2K21. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and the new Square Enix title Outriders will also be on Stadia this fall and holiday season.
The new Super Bomberman R Online will hit Stadia this fall before coming to PC or other consoles. Serious Sam 4 will also release in August on Stadia before anywhere else.
Stadia will be getting the new Hitman 3, as well as the first two games in the series. Hitman 1 and 2 will arrive on the platform in September, with the 3rd releasing in 2021. It will also be getting Hello Neighbor and a 2020 holiday release of Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek, the series prequel.
Stadia players can get early access today to One Hand Clapping, an indie platformer where players will have to sing to solve puzzles to advance in the game. Google Stadia will be getting PUBG Season 8 when it releases later this month, along with all of the updates and new content.
This September, the streaming service will also be getting Dead by Daylight. Although already released on other platforms, Stadia players will get exclusive content not found anywhere else.
Google Stadia will be getting two exclusive game releases this year: Outcasters and Orcs Must Die! 3.
Outcasters, developed by Splash Damage, is a very stylized competitive online shooter set for late 2020. It will be a battle royal-type game where players will shoot for victory as the map continues to shrink through the match. There was no mention if Outcasters will be free for Stadia Pro members.
Orcs Must Die! 3 is another exclusive that was released today for Stadia Pro members. It is a tower defense game where you must take out the hoard of Orcs attempting to attack with increasingly intricate traps.
Stadia also announced that developers Harmonix, Uppercut Games, and Supermassive Games are all working on games for the service, although no details about these games were given.
You can view the entire announcement for yourself down below: