Google Stadia is now Available in 8 More Countries, Right Before Cyberpunk 2077 Launch


Stadia Comes to More Countries

Stadia, Google’s cloud gaming platform, is now available in 8 more countries worldwide. Sadly, the list doesn’t include India. The cloud gaming is now available in a total of 22 countries. The newly added 8 countries are:

  • Austria
  • Czechia
  • Hungary
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Switzerland

Also Read: Amazon Luna- New Cloud Gaming Service Launched With Alexa and Twitch Integration

Cyberpunk 2077 Will be Available on Stadia same day as Consoles

Cyberpunk 2077

Google, on their blog, revealed that the customers in these regions will be able to access the service in next 24 hours. Customers in these regions will also be able to sign up for Stadia Pro, the gaming service’s premium subscription that includes a lot of paid games for a minimal amount. Stadia Pro is free for the first month, and will be available in all these countries for €9.99/month after the free trial.

Also, this month, all the users can play Destiny 2 and Super Bomberman R Online for free.

Google is now gearing up to launch CD Projekt Red’s CyberPunk 2077, which is launching on it’s cloud gaming platform along with the gaming consoles (PS4/5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X) on December 10th. This is the first time a gaming title, as big as Cyberpunk 2077, is launching on a cloud gaming service on the same day as consoles.


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