Google revealed during its latest Stadia Connect live stream that 11 more games are joining the service, including a trio of Electronic Arts’ biggest titles. Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, the hit action-adventure game from Respawn Entertainment, will hit the service in the fall, while new editions of Madden and FIFA will arrive on Stadia in the winter. These Stadia releases mark the beginning of a new partnership that will see EA release five games on the service.
“Cloud is opening up exciting new possibilities for play,” said Andrew Wilson, CEO of Electronic Arts, in a press release. “In partnering with Google Stadia, we have an opportunity to deliver some creative and innovative game experiences on an exciting new platform.”
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is also available on the service starting today and is included as part of the Stadia Pro subscription. Players currently in the free Stadia tier can get PUBG for $29.99 or $39.99 for the Pioneer Edition that includes the Survivor Pass: Cold Front DLC and exclusive Stadia skins.
PUBG is the first battle royale to launch on the service, beefing up Stadia’s PvP shooter lineup, which also includes Destiny 2, The Division 2, and Ghost Recon Wildlands. The Stadia edition will include cross-platform play, meaning you can still team up with your Xbox One and PlayStation 4 teammates.
“PUBG pioneered the Battle Royale genre, and we’re excited to continue evolving and growing our audience with Stadia, the pioneer in cloud-based gaming,” said Ashley Youngsun Nam, Head of Console for PUBG Corporation, in a press release. “With instant access to PUBG through Stadia Pro and access to cross-platform play, gamers have no excuse but to drop-in and land, loot, and survive in our iconic Battle Royale experience.”
Google also announced a new string of “First on Stadia” exclusive launches. Here’s the lineup, according to Google:
Crayta (First on Stadia; free with Stadia Pro this summer)
“Crayta brings together players of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to create multiplayer games and share them with their families, friends and the rest of the world. Create, collaborate, play, and share your own games when Crayta arrives exclusively on Stadia.”
Get Packed (First on Stadia; $19.99; available on 4/28)
“Get Packed is a co-op game full of calamity and carnage for 1-4 players in online or local play. Help the town of Ditchlington move their belongings within Campaign, Versus, and Destruction game modes and leave a trail of mayhem in your wake!”
Wave Break (First on Stadia)
“Wave Break is an arcade-style skateboarding game, set in a crime-filled 1980s Miami Vice inspired world, built from the ground up for online multiplayer. Choose from a variety of aquatic vehicles, and take to the waters as you grab, grind, and kickflip your boat across a series of exotic locations around the world.”
Embr (First on Stadia and PC; will include Stream Connect; early access program begins 5/21)
“Join Embr, THE Emergency Services Revolution, and become an Embr Respondr today! Fight fires and save lives while climbing the ladder of success, all within the comfort of flexible working hours. Embr’s mission is simple; bring über firefighting to everyone, everywhere.”
Other games coming to the service include Zombie Army 4: Dead War (5/1), Octopath Traveler (Out Now), Monopoly (Out Now), and Rock of Ages 3 (June).
Google is now offering Stadia for free for users with a Google account. Stadia Pro, which comes with additional perks as well as a few games, costs $9.99 a month.