Google Stadia adds new games, Resident Evil Village demo available now, and more

Google Stadia adds new games, Resident Evil Village demo available now, and more

Google Stadia has released a few new games for its subscription service, Stadia Pro, as well as a time-limited demo for the upcoming Resident Evil Village.

The new games being added to the service this month are Trine 4 – The Nightmare Prince, a striking puzzle-platformer that you can get lost in its charming beauty, Floor Kids, a hand-drawn stylish rhythm game, and Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, a fast-paced action shooter that tests your reflexes to the bleeding edge.

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If you’re a Stadia Pro member, you can claim all of these games and start playing instantly, with more coming later this month. Thanks to Stadia’s cloud-streaming capabilities, there are no downloads necessary provided you have a fast enough network speed. Once they’re in your library, you can play them for as long as you stay subscribed.

Last month Stadia Pro members could grab SteamWorld Heist, El Hijo, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and Enter the Gungeon free with the service.

Meanwhile all Stadia players, including those who do not subscribe to Stadia Pro, can access the demo for the upcoming Resident Evil Village which is releasing later this week.

The demo takes you to the ominous Castle Dimitrescu and the surrounding Village for a full 60 minutes of gameplay, giving you a short taste of what’s to come in the anticipated survival horror release. The demo will be available until 9th May at 5PM PT.

Furthermore, Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Manager is now available on Stadia. It’s a game about acquiring monsters, traps, and magical artifacts to defeat heroes in your own dungeon. It is available on the Stadia store for $19.99.

You can check out more on Google Stadia by going to the official website right here. The service allows you to play PC and console games on your mobile smartphone using cloud streaming technology.

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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.