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Stadia Pro subscribers can claim four free games this month

Another month, another round of free Stadia Pro games. This time, you can get your hands on a total of four titles if you subscribe to Google's $10 Pro tier, and if you're a Chromebook owner, you can even get three months of the service for free. The games in question are Strange Brigade, Kona, Metro 2033 Redux, and Just Shapes & Beats.

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Stadia is testing the ability to jump into a game with your favorite YouTube live streamers

Stadia had a lot of momentum when it debuted last year, but it's fair to say that it hasn't quite delivered on the hype yet. A lot of features were missing from the initial launch, but Google has been making progress. Stadia now supports gaming via 4G/5G, but you probably won't be able to play Fortnite anytime soon. Another teased capability that's been absent is live streaming to YouTube, but it looks like the first round of limited testing has now begun.

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Celeste is available on Stadia today for $20

Google announced earlier this month that indie darling platformer Celeste was making its way to Stadia "soon." The company made good on its word: you'll be able to pick the game up today for $19.99. Google also announced August's free games for Pro subscribers: Metro 2033 Redux, Strange Brigade, Kona, and Just Shapes & Beats.

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Get Mortal Kombat 11 for $30, plus 16 other deals on Stadia this week

Mortal Kombat 11 was one of Stadia's launch titles, with Google using the game to drum up excitement around its platform. It cost $42 back when the game streaming service launched, but now Google is ready to significantly undercut the competition from Steam and PlayStation (though not Xbox) and offers the game for just $30 ($25 for Pro subscribers).

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Stadia shares July Pro freebies, latest deals, and news on Wave Break's debut

Google's game streaming service is entering a new month with more deals and free games for its paid subscribers and just more games, period. From a game creator game — yep, that's a thing — to a sale on Metro Exodus, here's the rundown for what's new in Stadia for July (and the last week of June).

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Stadia Premiere Edition now priced down at $100, drops bundled Pro sub and Buddy Pass

Google soft-launched its game streaming service, Stadia, with sales of a Founders Edition hardware kit that contained a Chromecast Ultra, a controller optimized for the experience, and three months of Stadia Pro access for $129. Now, after Stadia's full debut, what's now known as the Premiere Edition is shedding that Pro pass while also dropping its price appropriately.

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All Stadia Pro subscribers, including lapsed ones, get $10 off their next game

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Google Stadia now works with (basically) any Android phone

The Stadia Team has just published a community blog post that details a plethora of new features that are already available on the platform or are rolling out shortly. Today's most significant addition is the support for all Android phones, including a handful of OnePlus devices that were named specifically. On top of this, Google has released support for touch controls in all games as well as compatibility for per-device resolution options. Best of all, Stadia is currently offering $10 off your next game purchase if you're a Pro member.

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Stadia Pro trials are expiring. Here's how to make sure you don't get charged

Google finally opened Stadia to the public back in April, allowing anyone living in supported regions to try Stadia Pro for two months, free of charge. With June quickly approaching, any players who jumped onto the Stadia bandwagon on public launch day will soon be paying $9.99 a month for Google's cloud gaming service, unless they opt out. Here's how to cancel your subscription before your free trial of Stadia Pro expires.

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Claim your Stadia Pro trial by June 3 to get 2 months free while you still can

If you've been on the fence about joining Stadia Pro and going full-bore on streaming video games, your opportunity for an extended test drive is whittling down. Google already announced that it will reduce free trials from 2 months down to one starting June 3, so now it's really time to use it or lose it.

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