Google Stadia doesn’t have a lot of games in its library. It puts quality over quantity. There aren’t many titles to choose from. That has rapidly changed over the last few months. The few that are available are good. Google Stadia has something for everyone, from huge RPGs like Red Dead Redemption 2 to small horror games like Gylt.
Here are the greatest games you should play on Google Stadia right away. There are a lot of games on our list that you’ll need to pay for, even if you have the Stadia Pro service. However, there are some that you can get for free if you have a Pro account.
Destiny 2 is the best game for Google Stadia because it has cross-save support. It doesn’t matter that Destiny 2 is a great game. You can play on multiple systems or move your savings from another system, making switching to Google Stadia easier. Plus, Destiny 2 is great for quick fights while you’re on the move. With Google Stadia, it was the first game to be played on the platform.
Destiny 2 is still at the top of the Pro list. To play it, you’ll need to be Pro. Everyone else can play Destiny 2, but Google Stadia isn’t one of them. Only if you buy one of the expansions is it possible for you to play Destiny 2. That makes one of the best free-to-play games into a game that costs at least $25. If you have the paid version of Stadia, you can download and play Destiny 2 and all of its expansions.
This one was known for having a lot of bugs and not being complete when it came out. However, most of the complaints about Cyberpunk 2077 came from people who played the game on consoles. The PC version had far fewer problems. If you have a tough PC, you can play the game how it was meant to be played, but most people don’t have one.
So streaming it through Google Stadia is the best way to play this game. This is a new, open-world game made by the people who made the Witcher games. You can make your way through Nite City. You can explore the open world, do side quests, level up your character in many ways, and think about the ethics and humanitarian issues that come up in the future that are a little bit dark.
Darksiders Genesis is the game in the long-running Darksiders series, but it doesn’t have the same third-person beat-them-up style as the other three games. When it comes to Genesis, it’s more like a game like Diablo or Torchlight. It has an isometric point of view and action RPG gameplay.
Airship Syndicate was made by the same company that made the great Battle Chasers: Nightwear. You can switch between the fourth Horseman of the End Times, War, and his brother Strife when you play it. Jumping back and forth lets you fight in various ways, which breaks up the button mashing of other action RPGs.
For the most part, Borderlands 3 is just like the other Borderlands games. This is a good matter, but the third game in Gearbox’s funny FPS-RPG series isn’t very different from the first two games. Still, a few small changes make Borderlands look more like a game from today. The game feels faster than ever when you can climb ledges you’re near and slide like in Apex Legends.
At first, the best thing to do in previous games was to stay back, kill a few key enemies, and then jump right into the fight. However, Borderlands 3 takes a lot of ideas from the Doom reboot that came out in 2016 a few years ago. Open areas are where fights happen, with you in the middle. It’s easier to jump and dash around enemies when you have your new move set. This means that the fight will be much more violent.
A game called Gylt is our first and only Google Stadia-only game to make a list. It’s a puzzle game made by Tequila Works, a small Spanish company that also made Deadlight and Rime. Like other Tequila games, Gylt is a story-driven game with puzzles, but it goes deeper into the horror of the studio’s other games.
This is the game you play as Sally, a young girl looking for her long-lost friend Emily. You’ll see a lot of devilish creatures as you go on your trip. On the other hand, if you occur to be in their line of sight, you can use your flashlight to fight them off. This short game doesn’t have many mechanics, but the story and atmosphere are enough to make it a good title for the Stadia service.
Many new games came out from Ubisoft, and they quickly became boring. The first few games were some of the best from the company. On the other hand, Odyssey breaks with tradition by having more RPG mechanics than previous games, a bigger open world, and a good story. That’s not why we put Odyssey on Stadia. It’s not because it’s the only game from Assassin’s Creed that works there.
It’s one of the best games in the series because it adds dialogue choices, branching quests, and multiple endings to the stealth-action focus of the previous games. It’s not just about how the game works. Odyssey also goes to a place that the series has never been before: Ancient Greece. You play as a mercenary caught in the middle of a war between Sparta and Athens in a game that isn’t real.
2016’s Doom is a great game, but Doom Eternal is just better. There are more guns, better fights, and more complex mechanics in the new version of the series. More than that, though, Doom Eternal knows that most people have already played the first game. It’s not the same thing: Doom Eternal isn’t the same as Doom. It is part of the setting.
The main difference is in how they fight, though. Because Eternal is just as violent as Doom, the player has to be more in charge of their resources. You’ll need to use the chainsaw to get ammo, and score glory kills to get back to full health, so use it. Doom Eternal sends you flying around enemies, making you use every tool at your disposal to take them down. This is created even more complicated by the verticality of the battle arenas.