Google Stadia Pro service adds two more games for monthly subscribers. Image via The Verge.

Google Stadia adds more games to subscription service

Subscribers of Google Stadia's Pro version will be receiving two more games to play for free with the subscription. The games are Metro Exodus and Gylt, joining previous games such as Thumper, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Samurai Showdown, Farming Simulator 19 and Destiny 2, with 100 more games planned for addition to the service soon. Stadia's Pro service costs users 9.99 USD per month.

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Wed Jan 29 - TechRadar

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