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Good News for Gamers, these Games will be able to play on Google Stadia

Google Stadia

Google has launched Google Stadia at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019. It is a game streaming service. It was launched in the US in March in the USA. Now, after about 8 months, the company is preparing to make its cloud-based streaming service available to gamers, which will allow players to play the game on Google’s interface.

The game will be introduced in 14 countries: Google Stadia will be made available to gamers with 14 countries and around 22 titles. From today it will be made available in Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, UK, and the USA. We have given you the list of games that will be available on Stadia at the time of launch.

 

Google Stadia Games to be subscribed: These games have been introduced under the Stadia Pro subscription service. It will be made available for $ 9.99 i.e. around Rs 718. Users will have to buy an individual game and will be able to play it on Google Stadia. This price is currently leaked Google has not officially announced it.

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What will be the possible price of Google Stadia Games: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey will be worth $ 30 i.e. around Rs 2,155, according to reports. Gylt is priced at $ 29.99 i.e. around Rs 2,155, Just Dance 2020 is priced at $ 49.99 i.e. around Rs 3,592, Kine is priced at $ 19.99 i.e. around Rs 1,436, Mortal Kombat 11 is priced at $ 41,99 i.e. around Rs 3,017, Red Dead Redemption 2 The price is expected to be $ 59.99 i.e. around Rs 4,310, Samurai Showdown is priced at $ 59.99 i.e. around Rs 4,310 and Thumper is expected to be priced at $ 19.99 i.e. around Rs 1,436. Apart from this, the price of the remaining games is also mentioned in the leaks. But this is not the official price.

 

 

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