As part of Google’s Stadia Connect presentation, over a dozen games will be arriving on Google Stadia by the end of 2020. Most notably among those announced include Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the rebooted Hitman series, (1, 2 and 3), and NBA 2K21, (a game currently up for grabs for free via the PS Store).
The full line up from the presentation is listed below. All dates and exclusive features connected to the game are listed too.
One Hand Clapping: (Timed Google Stadia exclusive, out now on early access)
Orcs Must Die! 3: (Stadia exclusive, free on Stadia Pro)
PUBG Season 8: July 30 (Update 8.1)
Serious Sam 4: August 2020.
PGA Tour 2K21: August 21.
Dead by Daylight: September 2020 (Platform cross-play and cross-progression for Switch and PC)
Hitman and Hitman 2: September 1
WWE 2K Battlegrounds: September 18
Hello Neighbor: September 20 (Stadia Pro, with Hide & Seek prequel out Holiday 2020)
Super Bomberman R Online: (Fall 2020 as timed exclusive)
NBA 2K21: (Fall 2020)
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice: (Fall 2020)
Outcasters: (Fall 2020)
Outriders: (Holiday 2020)
Hitman 3: (January 2021)
According to Square Enix, the developers behind Outriders, the title is described as “a true genre-hybrid,” and “combines brutal and bloody combat with deep role-playing systems – including sprawling skill trees and endless gear modifications.”
Orcs Must Die! 3 is set twenty years after the second title, hailed as “everything fans loved about the first two games and more”. Orcs Must Die! 3, according to Robot Entertainment, the studio behind the game, “ushers orc-slaying mayhem to a previously unimaginable scale.”
Elsewhere, The Elder Scrolls Online is set to leave Google Stadia on July 16.
Recently, as part of Sony’s Playstation 5 reveal event, Hitman 3 was announced for next-gen consoles. Hitman 3 is due for release in January 2021 across the PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC. In an announcement by IO, the game will serve as a conclusion to the World of Assassination trilogy, which began in 2016 with the rebooted Hitman.