Google is gradually making good on its promises for Google’s Stadia, enriching the content and experience of its game games. Among the final games of 2019, which will be released today, include “Land of No,” “Dragon Ball: Superuniverse 2” and “Ghost Action: Breakpoint.”
Ghost Action: Breaking Point is also the first Google-committed game to offer Stream Connect, allowing players to see their teammates’ screens for timely, coordinated advances.
The “Land of No” is not the latest version, and game developer Gearbox Software says Stadia players are getting content and fixes from October. However, the company said: “Our goal is to be unified by early 2020 with all platform features and content of The Landless 3.” There are also rumours that the game’s operating frame rate is 30fps, not 60fps.
Google’s confirmed four games for the 2020 annual conference are Doom Eternal, Cyberpunk 2077, Gods and Monsters and Watch Dog: The Legion Dogs: Legion, but did not confirm the exact release date.