Google has announced that it will offer its online game streaming service, Stadia pro free trial for 60 days to anyone with a Gmail account. Stadia is now free to use in all 14 countries where it supports the online games service, as long as users have a Gmail account.
Apart from this, Google also added that Current subscribers of Stadia Pro would not be charged for the service for the next two months. Some reports have suggested that new users can sign up with their Gmail account at the Stadia website, with free tier access allowing players to buy games and stream them with stereo surround sound up to 1080p/60 fps.
Previously, access to Stadia required purchasing the $129 Google Stadia Premium Edition, a package containing a Chromecast Ultra, a wi-fi Stadia Controller, and three months of Stadia Pro. The service offers free video games and video streams as much as 4K resolution and 60 frames per second with HDR lighting.
Google’s game-streaming service Stadia is now free
Google’s game-streaming service Stadia will be free by signing up on the Stadia web site.
The best part of the news is that there will not be any need to buy a Stadia Controller; users can play even with a supported USB controller or mouse and keyboard.
As per the reports, Stadia pro free trial will allow players to periodically demand free games for their Stadia library which they will have access to as long as the subscription is kept.
Stadia Pro users can assert the latest list of free games as:
Destiny 2: The Collection
SteamWorld Dig 2
SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech
Serious Sam Collection
Stacks on Stacks (on Stacks)
Google Stadia was launched in November, and currently it is available at 14 international locations. The platform boasts 38 accessible video games to purchase, and Google announced that it is “tracking more than 120 games which are coming to Stadia in 2020,” and 10 of which are unique to Stadia.