Google is preparing to bring to its users the Stadia game streaming service, which will rival other platforms like Steam or Epic Games Store. Stadia is presented to be capable of streaming games up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, and also with support for high-dynamic-range.
But after a series of exciting games had already been announced to arrive on Stadia (including PUBG), we can take a look at the new partnership between Google and EA. This will bring another set of fun games to Google’s streaming service until the end of the current year.
13 new games to come to Google Stadia
Google has ambitious plans for its gaming service since the partnership with EA will bring to the Stadia titles like FIFA 20, Madden NFL, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. While these three titles will land on Stadia in 2020, another two will arrive in 2021, without their names being revealed yet.
Google has confirmed to bring a total of 13 games for its online streaming platform in 2020. These titles will become available to download and play in the next several months.
From the list, FIFA 20 is perhaps the most interesting title. The world’s most popular football simulator has so much to offer, and a description from the PlayStation official website is very conclusive:
“Build your dream squad from thousands of players and compete in the most popular mode in FIFA. Whether you’re looking for the basics of FIFA Ultimate Team or want to go deeper into the most popular game mode in EA SPORTS FIFA, everything you need to know—from player packs and Coins to parental controls—is here.”
Besides Google Stadia, FIFA 20 is available for a large set of platforms like PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. We will most likely get the chance to see the game running also for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
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