Google Stadia adds iOS support, nine new games added

Google Stadia adds iOS support, nine new games added

Google Stadia was a little busy over Christmas, adding four new games to the cloud streaming service as well as support to be able to play games on iOS devices.

As detailed in the Stadia community blog post, three of these new games are now available to purchase on Stadia: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, a co-op action game where you team up with a buddy to explore the haunted ruins of an ancient world, Enter the Gungeon, a bullet hell roguelike where you loot dungeons and survive a series of challenging levels, and Reigns, a visual novel where you flip cards to rule a kingdom.

Stadia also added Cthulhu Saves Christmas for Pro users late in December. This is a sequel to the much earlier Cthulhu Saves the World, a comedic retro RPG which blends Lovecraftian terror with the warmth of holiday cheer. Additionally, Pro users can now pick up F1 2020, Hotline Miami, Figment, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds – Breakthrough Edition, and Ary and the Secret of Seasons throughout the month of January.

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But that’s not all, as Google has now added the ability for iOS users to play games from the service on their own devices. If you have an iPhone or iPad you can now check out the service from the official website on the Safari iOS browser and then adding the shortcut to your home screen. You need to be running iOS version 14.3 or later to be able to use this.

And with that, Stadia has suddenly become accessible to a whole lot more people, so it’ll be interesting to see where 2021 can take the service. If you’re interested in checking out Google Stadia for yourself, you can access it at the official website.

You can learn even more about Stadia too by checking out our guide.
Olly Smith
Olly Smith
With a keen eye for hidden gems and long-forgotten retro titles, Olly is a games journalist who works hard to progress twenty minutes without a checkpoint only to fail on the home stretch.