Google Stadia Pro adds Legend of Heroes, MotoGP20, and more

Google Stadia Pro adds Legend of Heroes, MotoGP20, and more

As it’s the first day of June, Google Stadia Pro has added some new games to the service that are free to claim if you’re a member of the service.

From today for the rest of the month, you can claim Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III, a hardcore JRPG from Nihon Falcom on the service, as well as MotoGP20, a motorsports game based on the motorcycle Grand Prix of the same name.

You can also grab Blue Fire, a 3D platformer that features deadly traps, daunting enemies to battle, and more. Finally, Chronos: Before the Ashes is also available to grab on Stadia Pro. It’s a role-playing game where you age up a year every time you die, growing in some ways while diminishing in others, and it’s your job to beat the game before time runs out.

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Meanwhile, Stadia has also outlined plans for new games coming to the store later this summer. On 22nd June, you’ll be able to play Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - The Official Video Game, a sports game based on the Summer Olympic Games that are due to be held in Tokyo in July. It was originally supposed to take place last year, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stadia has also announced Control Ultimate Edition is coming to the service later in the summer. It’s a sci-fi action game inspired by the likes of The X-Files and David Lynch, where you play as the director of the Federal Bureau of Control, a government agency that contains supernatural objects and phenomena, and must battle a corruptive presence that has been let loose inside the building.

You can play these games on your mobile phone using the cloud gaming technology possible with Stadia, allowing you to stream games to your phone to play anywhere you can get a fast internet connection. Stadia Pro is a monthly subscription, while the service also has a store where you can outright buy the games directly.

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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.