Google just announced a new gaming platform last month at the GDC 2019. It was named as Google Stadia by the company and it is totally different from Microsoft and Sony’s gaming platform. While Microsoft and Sony have dedicated hardware for its gaming platforms such as Xbox and PS respectively, Google Stadia is completely on the cloud.
Google says that you can play games from its Stadia platform from anywhere as long as you have an internet connection. Also, your gaming playback is saved on the cloud so you can start from where you left off. Even more interesting is that you can do it from any device you have.
Therefore, you do not need to have a gaming PC or laptop to play the game. You can play games from Google Stadia on your smartphone or tablet as well. However, the one major challenge with Google Stadia is the availability of exclusive titles or games. We know that Xbox One S or PS4 were launched with games that were exclusive to that platform.
But Google did not announce anything about games that will be available on Google Stadia. So now, we have made a comprehensive list of games that are confirmed by Google to be available on Stadia. Also, we have listed games that are rumored to be available on Google Stadia as well.
List of games confirmed on Google Stadia:
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
- DOOM Eternal
Yes, just two games have been confirmed as of now by Google to come on its gaming platform as of now. Same as you, we feel that these games are not enough to jumpstart the Stadia platform from its competition. However, we do have a rumored list of games that might come to Google Stadia as well
List of games rumored for Google Stadia:
- Cyberpunk 2077
- Dead Cells
Well, the rumored list of games at the moment coming to Google Stadia is just two as well. It basically means that if the rumors are true, just 4 titles will be available on Google Stadia at the start. This is nowhere near the titles available on Sony’s PS4 or Microsoft’s Xbox One platform which came with hundreds of exclusive titles right from the beginning.
However, we do hope that Google does something about it and makes plenty of games available on its platform. Also, there are rumors regarding the launch of PS5 from Sony and Xbox Scarlett from Microsoft which should worry Google.