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Google has announced new games

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Google decided to replenish the  catalog of the corporate cloud service Stadia, adding new games to it, among which there are both famous hits and own exclusives.

This year, Google Stadia will acquire several AAA titles, already available for other platforms. Among them: The Crew 2, DOOM 3, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, Superhot, as well as The Elder Scrolls Online from Bethesda.

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The company also deals with its own temporary exclusives: Get packed, Orcs must die! 3 and Splitings.

In addition, Google announced that in the future, large projects that will be released on third-party sites will appear on Stadia. For example: Cyberpunk 2077, Baldur’s Gate 3, Destroy All Humans !, DOOM Eternal, Gods and Monsters, Marvel’s Avengers, Monster Energy Supercross 3, Watch Dogs Legion, as well as Windjammers 2.

It is worth mentioning that to access the Google Stadia you need a controller worth 69 dollars (~ 4300 rubles) . And for supporting 4K resolution and the extended dynamic range, HDR will have to pay an additional $ 9.99 (~ 620 rubles) for a Pro-subscription. 

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