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Not long after confirmation that Cyberpunk 2077 will be on Stadia at release on November 19, Google has confirmed lots more games are on the way from Ubisoft.

We already knew of a few newer titles coming to Stadia from Ubisoft, however, it appears they're really going all-in with what they have. Some of the new titles confirmed (with no apparent date) include:

  • Assassin’s Creed Origins
  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
  • Assassin’s Creed Unity
  • Far Cry 5
  • Far Cry New Dawn
  • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands
  • Watch Dogs
  • Watch Dogs 2

All of those titles are on top of the upcoming newer games like:

  • Watch Dogs: Legion (October 29)
  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (November 10)
  • Immortals Fenyx Rising (December 3)
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game (2020 sometime)
  • Far Cry 6 (February 18, 2021)
  • Riders Republic (February 25, 2021)

The timing of this announcement is a bit odd, considering this week they have three days planned of Stadia announcements. One of which we're expecting to be a new PAC-MAN game that's styled like a Battle Royale, much like the recent Super Bomberman R Online 64 player mode that's currently Stadia exclusive. It's not been announced, but it was teased in the most recent Stadia Advert:

You can clearly see the paths on the side to other rooms, so it will be interesting to see. Could be quite amusing.

We'll be keeping you up to date on Stadia like we do for everything else. Stay tuned for October 20 for the first of the three day Stadia event.

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dubigrasu 19 Oct
Oh boy, oh boy...
Not so long ago I managed to overcome my addiction to Rust (3200 hrs), and I'm now in process to fight the addiction to Destiny (1100 hrs already). I really thought that I'm doing well, but now Stadia comes with this list...I'm starting to believe that they're truly evil.

On the picture posted, I was really curious what game is running on the second monitor, then I realized that is a fish tank. I need bigger and better glasses.

Also, please send help:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34VFkKOGcHs&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=airspeedmph
mirv 19 Oct
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Quoting: dubigrasuOn the picture posted, I was really curious what game is running on the second monitor, then I realized that is a fish tank. I need bigger and better glasses.

Heh, I looked at this on a phone first and thought it was a second monitor as well. Larger screen and...yeah I feel silly now.
hardpenguin 19 Oct
They could get Virtual Programming to port even older Ubi games to Stadia 😄
Appelsin 19 Oct
Will Stadia need to launch Uplay in order to play the games, like on Steam?
Liam Dawe 19 Oct
Quoting: AppelsinWill Stadia need to launch Uplay in order to play the games, like on Steam?
No, Stadia doesn't do launchers, it's a very different platform really. You never see any launchers.
nepo 19 Oct
Quoting: Liam DaweNo, Stadia doesn't do launchers, it's a very different platform really. You never see any launchers.

Indeed, but nonetheless you need an Ubisoft account (for example for "The Crew 2"). This is clearly stated on the particular Stadia store pages if it is the case.

Would be interesting what happens if Ubisoft shut down any online services in this context...

I'm not really a friend from accounts on accounts, but this is definitely not a Stadia only problem.
Liam Dawe 19 Oct
Well I don't remember having any issues and I do have The Crew 2 on Stadia :)
nepo 19 Oct
Me too, everything works out of the box.
Anyway good to know - maybe.
Nasra 20 Oct
One question,

Stadia games are ported on Linux (debian version in Stadia), or runs with Linux Debian in a VM ou hypervisor ?
Quoting: NasraOne question,

Stadia games are ported on Linux (debian version in Stadia), or runs with Linux Debian in a VM ou hypervisor ?
As I understand it they've all been ported to a basically-Debian Linux. No hypervisors or whatnot, the servers are just running them directly on Linux.
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