Google Stadia Announces More Pro Games For May

Stadia Pro subscribers get four new games as part of their member bonuses soon.


A Stadia Connect revealed a number of new announcements, including the surprise-launch of PUBG with exclusive content, the announcement of several upcoming third-party games, and new Pro games coming in May.

The latest Stadia Connect revealed more content plans for the streaming-only platform, including a handful of games coming to Stadia Pro subscribers soon. As always, being a Pro member entitles you to a rotating selection of included games, which are playable as long as you're a subscriber.

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The headliner of the bunch is the battle royale PUBG, which was surprise-launched at the end of the Connect presentation. Pro members get the Pioneer Edition, and the Stadia version of the game comes with the Survivor Pass: Cold Front and an exclusive skin set.

Three more Pro games will come starting May 1: SteamWorld Heist, The Turing Test, and Zombie Army 4: Dead War. Meanwhile Thumper, which is currently available for Pro members, will rotate out at the end of April.

If you stop being a Pro subscriber, you'll keep any purchased games but lose the ones offered with the subscription. Plus your purchased games will run at a max 1080p, instead of the 4K max reserved (but not necessarily delivered) for Pro members.

The Stadia Connect presentation also announced a partnership with EA, along with several new games coming to the service soon.

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