Google announced 16 new titles coming to Stadia, the tech company’s game streaming service, including FromSoftware’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, a new battle royale-style Bomberman game, and an exclusive from developer Splash Damage called Outcasters.
Outcasters, described as a “vibrant and accessible competitive online multiplayer game set in a distinctly stylised vinyl world,” joins Orcs Must Die! 3 as a Stadia exclusive. Three more exclusive games are coming to Stadia from Rock Band developer Harmonix, Until Dawn developer Supermassive Games, and Submerged developer Uppercut Games.
Konami will bring Super Bomberman R Online, a battle royale take on the multiplayer series, first to Stadia. The online game will support up to 64 players and feature Stadia’s Crowd Play feature. Super Bomberman R Online is based on Super Bomberman R, which was released for Nintendo Switch in 2017.
The addition of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will be a true test of Stadia’s latency promises, given that game’s near frame-perfect tolerances during intense boss battles.
The following games were also confirmed for Google Stadia:
- One Hand Clapping
- Dead by Daylight
- Hitman, Hitman 2, and Hitman 3
- Serious Sam 4
- WWE 2K Battlegrounds
- PGA Tour 2K21
- NBA 2K21
- Hello Neighbor and Hello Neighbor: Hide & Seek
To see everything announced today, including the launch of Click To Play games — playable instantaneously from a link via YouTube — check out today’s Stadia Connect presentation below.