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In September six games become free to claim for Stadia Pro subscribers. Once claimed the games are playable as long as you stayed subscribed to Stadia Pro (similar to PS Plus).

The six games are:

  • Super Bomberman R Online
  • Gunsport
  • Hello Neighbor
  • Hitman
  • Metro Last Light Redux
  • Embr Early Access

The following games from previous months can still be claimed in September:

  • Rock of Ages 3: Make&Break
  • Strange Brigade
  • PUBG
  • Orcs Must Die! 3
  • Crayta
  • Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom
  • West of Loathing
  • Just Shapes and Beats
  • Metro 2033 Redux
  • Panzer Dragoon: Remake
  • Power Ranger: Battle for the Grid
  • Little Nightmares
  • Superhot
  • The Turing Test
  • SteamWorld Heist
  • SteamWorld Dig
  • SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech
  • SteamWorld Dig 2
  • Destiny 2: The Collection
  • Gylt

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePjpgzJ4TVo

source: https://community.stadia.com/t5/Stadia-Community-Blog/This-Week-on-Stadia-Six-more-free-games-headed-to-Pro-in/ba-p/28703

Last edited by Mnementh - on 01 September 2020

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That is a pretty nice load of games there. If you can continue to claim all the previous months games, I'd say it's more like Gamepass than PS+ or XBL. I didn't realize that there was that much included stuff. The main complaint has been that you have to sub, then you have to pay full price for everything that you want to play. But, since there are a bunch of games included with the subscription, many of which are AAA quality, that complaint loses *some* of its substance.

None of those are current games, with the exception of Destiny 2.  So, you can't play whatever you want.  But, there is good content there.  

Some day, I'm going to try Stadia out....



VAMatt said:

That is a pretty nice load of games there. If you can continue to claim all the previous months games, I'd say it's more like Gamepass than PS+ or XBL. I didn't realize that there was that much included stuff. The main complaint has been that you have to sub, then you have to pay full price for everything that you want to play. But, since there are a bunch of games included with the subscription, many of which are AAA quality, that complaint loses *some* of its substance.

None of those are current games, with the exception of Destiny 2.  So, you can't play whatever you want.  But, there is good content there.  

Some day, I'm going to try Stadia out....

You can claim games from the last three months or so, although it doesn't seem to be a strict rule. Destiny 2 was in from the beginning, on the other hand I don't believe Kona was already available for three months, this one seems to have been gone faster. Anyways, most games stay available for a while, and once claimed you can play them as long as you are subscribed.

I personally think the subscription is worth it with these monthly games, but that is everyones decision. But I would add, that you don't need to subscribe at all. Stadia Base is free, but you have to purchase the games you wanna play (or play free to play games). Stadia Pro adds these games mentioned above as claimable. Also you get some additional sales with Stadia Pro, things you purchased this way stay available after you end the subscription.

I mostly stay with the games I got via subscription (Gylt for instance is pretty nice), but have bought two games not available on Switch as I felt the itch to play them. Assassins Creed Odyssey, as I am a sucker for ancient greece (and the game has nice views and information about ancient greece) and Borderlands 3 (I liked 2, but somehow I am a bit disappointed with 3, maybe Borderlands humour is only working once - or more likely Handsome Jack was just awesome).



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Mnementh said:
VAMatt said:

That is a pretty nice load of games there. If you can continue to claim all the previous months games, I'd say it's more like Gamepass than PS+ or XBL. I didn't realize that there was that much included stuff. The main complaint has been that you have to sub, then you have to pay full price for everything that you want to play. But, since there are a bunch of games included with the subscription, many of which are AAA quality, that complaint loses *some* of its substance.

None of those are current games, with the exception of Destiny 2.  So, you can't play whatever you want.  But, there is good content there.  

Some day, I'm going to try Stadia out....

You can claim games from the last three months or so, although it doesn't seem to be a strict rule. Destiny 2 was in from the beginning, on the other hand I don't believe Kona was already available for three months, this one seems to have been gone faster. Anyways, most games stay available for a while, and once claimed you can play them as long as you are subscribed.

I personally think the subscription is worth it with these monthly games, but that is everyones decision. But I would add, that you don't need to subscribe at all. Stadia Base is free, but you have to purchase the games you wanna play (or play free to play games). Stadia Pro adds these games mentioned above as claimable. Also you get some additional sales with Stadia Pro, things you purchased this way stay available after you end the subscription.

I mostly stay with the games I got via subscription (Gylt for instance is pretty nice), but have bought two games not available on Switch as I felt the itch to play them. Assassins Creed Odyssey, as I am a sucker for ancient greece (and the game has nice views and information about ancient greece) and Borderlands 3 (I liked 2, but somehow I am a bit disappointed with 3, maybe Borderlands humour is only working once - or more likely Handsome Jack was just awesome).

Is it still necessary to purchase $130ish of equipment to get started?  If not, what stuff do I need?



Looks like a regular PS Plus haul.



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VAMatt said:
Mnementh said:

You can claim games from the last three months or so, although it doesn't seem to be a strict rule. Destiny 2 was in from the beginning, on the other hand I don't believe Kona was already available for three months, this one seems to have been gone faster. Anyways, most games stay available for a while, and once claimed you can play them as long as you are subscribed.

I personally think the subscription is worth it with these monthly games, but that is everyones decision. But I would add, that you don't need to subscribe at all. Stadia Base is free, but you have to purchase the games you wanna play (or play free to play games). Stadia Pro adds these games mentioned above as claimable. Also you get some additional sales with Stadia Pro, things you purchased this way stay available after you end the subscription.

I mostly stay with the games I got via subscription (Gylt for instance is pretty nice), but have bought two games not available on Switch as I felt the itch to play them. Assassins Creed Odyssey, as I am a sucker for ancient greece (and the game has nice views and information about ancient greece) and Borderlands 3 (I liked 2, but somehow I am a bit disappointed with 3, maybe Borderlands humour is only working once - or more likely Handsome Jack was just awesome).

Is it still necessary to purchase $130ish of equipment to get started?  If not, what stuff do I need?

Nope. You need a device with a Chrome-browser basically. In my experience the Chromecast was not a good choice though, as it had problems with overheating when streaming games, which lead to reduction in quality and freezes. I didn't have these issues though playing on my computer, a Linux-PC with no special graphics card (I have not built my PC to be a gaming PC). I don't know which controllers are supported, so if you don't wanna play with mouse&keyboard you might wanna check that or buy the Stadia-controller. Well, looking at the FAQ I see the claim, that it works with Dualshock 4, a bunch of XBOX-controllers and the Switch Pro controller as well. That is something I have to check. probably only works via USB, as my computer has no built-in Bluetooth. I never tried playing on a smartphone, there is still only a limited list of supported phones.



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my greatest games: 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

10 years greatest game event!

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