After a problematic release last year, Google has declared that specifically five new games are going to be introduced on its cloud gaming service Stadia “in the coming months,” ultimately providing the gamers some morel titles that they can look forward to playing.
Sure, Google already claimed last month that Stadia would get over 120 games this year, which includes ten exclusive games, however, it hadn’t named a single latest game between its debut on November 19th and now, right before early adopters’ three-month Stadia Pro trials are on the verge of ending.
Stadia’s latest set of games consists of Panzer Dragoon Remake and the Serious Sam Collection, along with three games that going to actually arrive on Stadia before they come elsewhere, Lost Words: Beyond the Page, a puzzle game with a strong stress on a story paged by Rhianna Pratchett of Mirror’s Edge and modern Tomb Raider fame; Splitlings, an eccentric arcade game players can play with up to three friends, and Stacks On Stacks (On Stacks), a color 3D tower builder game that looks a lot like Jenga.
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Many players are excited for Panzer Dragoon Remake to be introduced on Stadia; it’s a high-definition re-tweak of an underestimated 1995 title that made its debut on the Sega Saturn and provided a creative approach to the genre of rail shooting. It didn’t get to a lot of people upon its release, so Stadia could make it easier for people to experience the game.
In addition to the latest games, Google also tweeted out this week that it has started quietly rolling out 4K support for the Chrome web browser something that was not there with Stadia at the release, and one of our problems with the service in our review.
Ideally, Chrome could be the simplest way to get your hands on Stadia, as you can use the service straight through your computer. You don’t need to scrape off money to get a Chromecast Ultra or a Google Pixel phone. (Other phones don’t support Stadia yet.) However, people from the Verge discovered the image quality far worse on the Chrome browser when compared to other versions. The part reason behind that is that Chrome was previously restrained to stream at 1080p until now, and the part reason is that the Verge found out that Google’s current 1080p web streams don’t actually look like true 1080p. According to some users when they tried to stream Destiny 2 in Chrome, they observed a grainy 720p resolution instead.
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