Watch Dogs Legion
The final trailer shown during the Stadia Connect livestream confirmed that Ubisoft’s upcoming hacker threequel Watch Dogs Legion is coming to Google Stadia. Unlike previous Watch Dogs games, Legion brings a neat twist: Every character in the game is a potential protagonist for you to recruit to your cause. Each comes with their own traits and skills that you can use before hopping into another member of your budding resistance movement.
Along with the Nintendo Switch, the beloved indie shooter/puzzler game Superhot is also coming to Google Stadia. Between the Switch and Stadia’s mobile gaming functionality, fans will have a few options for taking their red guy-slaying adventures on the go. If you haven’t played you can check out our Superhot review here.
A new trailer confirmed that id Software’s upcoming shooter sequel Doom Eternal is coming to Google Stadia. The trailer naturally focuses on the macabre denizens of hell and the many gruesome ways in which players will get to dispatch them.
Orcs Must Die 3 by Robot Entertainment
Robot Entertainment is releasing a new entry in its beloved co-op tower defense series Orcs Must Die that’s aptly titled Orcs Must Die 3. Interestingly enough, Orcs Must Die 3 will be a timed exclusive for Google Stadia, though it’s not clear how long the exclusivity period will last. Orcs Must Die 3 will also presumably return to the classic co-op PvE format of the original games. Back in 2017, Robot Entertainment launched a competitive F2P entry titled Orcs Must Die Unchained, but the studio was forced to shut Unchaineddown earlier this year since it wasn’t turning a profit.
Attack On Titan 2: Final Battle
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle, which is based on the hit manga and anime series, is coming to Google Stadia. The above trailer shows how the game will translate the series’ titanic battles into a thrilling interactive experience.
Destroy All Humans
Fans of the Destroy All Humans franchise will be happy to hear that the remake of the original Destroy All Humans is coming to Google Stadia. Destroy All Humans was a fun Playstation 2 and Xbox game where you played a mean little alien who comes to Earth to, well, DESTROY ALL HUMANS! It takes inspiration from 1950s alien invasion and flying saucer movies and pulp science fiction. Who didn’t want to play an alien who came to harvest DNA, mess with cows and bring down the U.S. government? Yes, in those movies, aliens were often thinly-veiled metaphors for Communist Russia. The game is cheesy af and silly in the best ways.
Along with Mortal Kombat 11, SNK’s recent Samurai Shodown reboot will offer Google Stadia owners some good old fighting game action. Again, online connectivity might be a concern, but it’s still good to know that Stadia fighting game fans will have options come this November.