Electronic Arts is bringing its games to Google Stadia. The publisher will release at least five games, including this year’s Madden NFL and FIFA sports simulations and 2019’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, on Stadia in 2020 “and beyond.”
Jedi: Fallen Order will come to Google Stadia this fall, while Madden and FIFA are slated for some time this winter. Google and EA did not announce what the other two games coming to Stadia beyond 2020 would be, but Phil Harrison, vice president and general manager at Google, promised more details on EA’s plans during a Stadia Connect video presentation.
EA joins publishers like 2K, Bethesda Softworks, Rockstar Games, Square Enix, and Ubisoft, which have committed to bring past and future games to the Stadia platform.
Google announced earlier this month that the standard version of Stadia, which can be accessed by anyone with a Gmail address in the platform’s 14 launch territories, is now available and includes two free months of Stadia Pro. The standard version of Stadia is free, but users need to purchase the games they want to keep.
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