Released in November 2019, Stadia is a cloud-based gaming platform that lets users stream their favorite games without committing to a specific console. The latest streaming service is compatible with your TV, laptop, and phone, and is designed to let gamers quickly - and effortlessly - switch between the three. With an initial price of $130 for the hardware (and a subsequent subscription of $10 a month), players can enjoy some of their favorite games, as well as a few Stadia title exclusives like GYLT. If you’ve just signed up and aren’t sure where to start, this list ranks all the best games currently available on Google Stadia, so you don’t have to worry about wasting your time streaming weak or boring games.
From classic titles like The Elder Scrolls Online and Destiny 2 to new releases like Metro Exodus and NBA 2K20, Google's Stadia roster is pretty impressive. Best of all, you never need to purchase the actual games - simply sit back and enjoy unlimited gaming as you stream your favorite titles.
So is Stadia worth it? You tell us! With an ever-growing list of both classic and newer titles, vote up your favorite releases, and check back often as newer titles are released.
From developer Tequila Works, GLYT is an eerie fantasy game that takes in an updside down world where players take control of Sally. GLYT is one of the first Google Stadia exclusives.
The latest franchise in the farming genre features beautifully updated graphics, improved gameplay, and more. It's available on the PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Stadia.
Kine is an interactive 3D puzzle game that was developed by Gwen Frey and initially released on Steam. It was released on Stadia shortly after. As players progress, the challenges get harder and the levels become much more complicated.