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New Stadia feature will let your friends pick up where you left off in 'playable slices'

New Stadia feature will let your friends pick up where you left off in 'playable slices'

Google's Stadia platform has been commonly criticized for not taking advantage of its presence in the cloud more fully. For example, most of the games available on Stadia available on other platforms, even though cloud servers are (theoretically) more versatile than console or PC hardware. Google is now launching a new feature that has mostly only been seen previously with console emulators — sharable game states.

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Stadia Pro members can now play F1 2020, Hotline Miami, and more for free

Stadia Pro members can now play F1 2020, Hotline Miami, and more for free

Stadia may have already celebrated its one-year anniversary last month, but that doesn't mean that Google is giving up any momentum. The service recently launched on Apple devices and announced three new games, and today the cloud gaming platform is releasing a slew of game discounts, as well as letting Stadia Pro players know what free titles to expect in January.

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All the free games included with Stadia Pro

All the free games included with Stadia Pro

Stadia's $10-a-month premium subscription, Stadia Pro, includes access to an ever-expanding catalog of games at no additional cost. The selection of redeemable games varies — Google adds a few each month, and sometimes removes some. Here, for your convenience, we've compiled a handy list of all the games you can claim right now.

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Google Stadia gets three more games this month, including Enter The Gungeon

Google Stadia gets three more games this month, including Enter The Gungeon

The past few months have gone well for Google's game streaming service, between the release of long-awaited features (like family sharing and iOS support) and Stadia somehow ending up as the best way to play Cyberpunk 2077 (outside of building a high-end PC). Stadia is finishing 2020 with a bang, as three more games will arrive on the service before the new year.

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Stadia is now available on iOS thanks to Google's clever workaround

Stadia is now available on iOS thanks to Google's clever workaround

It's been over a year since Google launched Stadia, and since then the cloud gaming service has continued releasing new features and rolling out to more countries. Last month, we heard that Stadia might be coming to Apple devices, and now that moment has arrived — although you won't find it via the App Store.

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Ubisoft+ subscribers can now play 18 games on Stadia at no extra cost

Ubisoft+ subscribers can now play 18 games on Stadia at no extra cost

Not everyone is a fan of monthly subscription services, but in some cases, they can end up being cheaper than buying everything you want individually. Ubisoft+ is a subscription that includes most of the titles published by the French game company of the same name, and now it includes access to Google Stadia.

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Hands-on: Turns out Stadia is a pretty good way to play Cyberpunk 2077

Hands-on: Turns out Stadia is a pretty good way to play Cyberpunk 2077

Stadia's been able to secure precious few high-profile day-and-date multiplatform releases since its launch last November — Doom Eternal, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and not many others. This week, the service landed its biggest yet: the hotly-anticipated Cyberpunk 2077. It's an enormous and ambitious game that's already developed a reputation for running poorly on most hardware. But while Stadia definitely isn't the best way to experience the sci-fi epic, it turns out it's far from the worst.

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Google brings Stadia cloud gaming to players in 8 new countries

Google brings Stadia cloud gaming to players in 8 new countries

Stadia celebrated its first anniversary last month. Google's cloud gaming platform was only available in 14 countries when it launched last November. It has added a number of features since then, and now it's adding support for additional countries as well.

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Stadia levels up its website with quick access to Pro games, news, and more

Stadia levels up its website with quick access to Pro games, news, and more

One of the big selling points of Stadia is that users can log on and play games right from the Stadia website (provided they use the Chrome browser, of course). However, the interface there has remained simple to the point of frustration for some players. A new home page design appears to be rolling out now that improves the situation somewhat — although there's still no search bar in sight.

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Hands on with Immortals Fenyx Rising, a new open world RPG best played with the voiceover turned off

Hands on with Immortals Fenyx Rising, a new open world RPG best played with the voiceover turned off

It's always exciting to see a renowned game studio launch a brand new IP, especially when that studio designed some of the biggest hits of the decade, like Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, Watch Dogs, and Assassin's Creed: Black Flag. Originally teased at E3 2019 under a different name (and with a different main hero), Immortals Fenyx Rising promises a new adventure set in the annals of Greek mythology. I've been playing Ubisoft's latest title on Stadia for the last couple days, and these are my early impressions.

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