Google Stadia Getting Five More Games, Including Panzer Dragoon Remake
More titles are on the way to Google's streaming platform.
The Stadia library will be expanding soon. Google has confirmed five more titles will be added to the game streaming service in the coming months, three of which will be arriving on Stadia as timed-exclusives.
First are Lost Words: Beyond the Page, Spitlings, and Stacks on Stacks (on Stacks), which will be coming to Stadia this spring and summer. While no release dates have been announced, all three titles will be released on Google's service before they appear on other platforms.
Lost Words is described as a "narrative-driven, atmospheric puzzler set inside the pages of a young girl's diary." The story was written by Tomb Raider writer Rhianna Pratchett, and the gameplay involves puzzle-solving and platforming throughout a variety of unique and imaginative worlds.
Stacks on Stacks (on Stacks), meanwhile, is a 3D tower builder in which players try to build up a tower out of falling blocks and defend it against ghosts, giant babies, and other enemies. At the end of each level, players can knock down their towers with a wrecking ball, which sounds pretty great.
Finally, Spitlings is an arcadey multiplayer game with a unique twist. You control a character called a Spitling that has teeth it can spit or use to jump (weird, I know). The twist here is that when one player fails, the game restarts.
In addition to those titles, Google has confirmed the Panzer Dragoon remake and Serious Sam Collection will be coming to Stadia. The company hasn't announced when these titles will hit the service, but they're likewise slated to arrive sometime in the coming months. You can read more about the upcoming games on the Stadia blog.
The announcement of these titles comes after more than 50 days without a new game announcement for Stadia. Google has previously said that there are 120 games coming to the platform in 2020, including some major titles like Marvel's Avengers, Cyberpunk 2077, Doom Eternal, Watch Dogs: Legion, Baldur's Gate III and Destroy All Humans. A free version of the service, called Stadia Base, is also slated to launch later this year.
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