Google’s interest in the gaming industry can be seen exaggerated after the launch of their cloud based gaming portal Stadia. Google has officially announced it’s partnership with the virtual game developing giant EA sports.
Launched not much ago, Google Stadia allows gamers to access their library of games at a touch of button on their Television, personal computers and select smartphones and tablets. Stadia as of now is free to try and upon registration players will be getting a free Stadia pro trial for a tenure of 2 month.
This will further give them access to nine games including GRID and Destiny 2: The Collection. Players can purchase even more games on the store, which they can access anytime anywhere irrespective of having a live Stadia pro membership.
Moreover Games on Stadia do not require to be updated or download . they can be played directly through the cloud storage.
three games have been confirmed for Stadia: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, FIFA, and Madden NFL. Out of these FIFA and Madden will be arriving in the second of the year during winter. Though no confirmation regarding the arrival dates yet, but Jedi: Fallen Order is expected to be available on Stadia in late September. The other, currently unannounced titles will be available on Stadia in 2021.
Praising the collaboration EA CEO Andrew Wilson says: –
“Cloud is opening up exciting new possibilities for play,”
he added: –
“In partnering with Google Stadia, we have an opportunity to deliver some creative and innovative game experiences on an exciting new platform.”
These words seem to be very promising and may result in the expansion of partnership. EA has confirmed that it has plans of making more of it’s titles available online on the Google Stadia.
Minimum of 2 games can be expected to be added on the cloud based platform and most of the Gamers wish one of them to be Apex Legends.