Announced at Gamescom, some big games are getting a Google Stadia release
Borderlands, Elder Scrolls Online, and more.
Gamescom is currently underway in Germany and while there are plenty of exciting things to cover, let’s talk a minute about Google’s Stadia Connect livestream.
The biggest news? A bunch of upcoming and popular titles will be heading to the game streaming service when it releases in November.
Borderlands 3 and Elder Scrolls Online head to Google Stadia
Borderlands 3 and Elder Scrolls Online join a growing list of titles that will be available on Stadia. Of course, people are still curious to just how well the streaming service will work, especially with first-person shooters and other games that require snap movements and reaction.
Elder Scrolls Online is currently going through rounds of updates to improve the experience for players and these changes should also help the experience for gamers on Stadia.
Also announced to Stadia, the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 when it releases in April 2020. Other titles in the announcement include Samurai Shodown, Farming Simulator 2019, Mortal Kombat 11, and Darksiders Genesis.
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