New Demos Let You Try Immortals: Fenyx Rising And 64-Player Pac-Man Game For Limited Time

The demos, which include Immortals: Fenyx Rising, will be live on Google Stadia for a week.

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Google has given all Stadia users access to several free demos this week, including Ubisoft's upcoming action-adventure game Immortals: Fenyx Rising.

The demos themselves will be live for one full week, giving you plenty of time to check them out before they disappear. In the case of one game, Humankind, it's actually a beta rather than a traditional demo, so it could be a little rougher around the edges.

The demos Stadia players can check out include Humankind, Immortals: Fenyx Rising, and Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle. Immortals: Fenyx Rising, previously called Gods and Monsters, is an open-world action-adventure game set against the backdrop of Greek mythology. It, along with Genshin Impact, have garnered a lot of comparisons to Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. You can check them out at the links below:

The headlining game of the list--besides Immortals: Fenyx Rising--is Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle. A Google Stadia exclusive, Mega Tunnel Battle takes Pac-Man and combines it with the trappings of Tetris 99 to create a 64-player battle royale experience. You'll need to use your wits, and Mega Tunnel Battles newer power-ups, to become the last Pac-Man standing. Bandai Namco celebrated Pac-Man's 40th anniversary this year with new arcade cabinets.

These demos will be live for one week on Google Stadia.
These demos will be live for one week on Google Stadia.

Google notes that a Stadia Pro subscription is not necessary to play these demos, nor is a purchase of any kind. These demos are completely free for all Stadia players.

The company also confirmed release dates for two games coming to Stadia: Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle launches on November 17 and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order drops on November 24.

In other Google Stadia news, the company announced that the hotly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 comes out on the same day as all other platforms. It was previously scheduled to arrive after its release on PC, Xbox One, and PS4, but the delays may have allowed its developers to move the Stadia launch up with the others. CD Projekt Red's action-RPG went gold earlier this month, meaning it's primed and ready for its November 19 release date.

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