Stadia announced that the two games would be coming to its Pro service on February 1 and will replace Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration and Samurai Shodown. Both of these games will be available through January 31 and will remain in your account until you unsubscribe, as long as you have added them.
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For those who need a quick refresher, Metro Exodus is a FPS in which players will have to flee the shattered ruins of Moscow. Additionally, it was announced earlier this week that the final Metro Exodus expansion would release in February – however, it is likely not to be included with Stadia’s offer.
Gylt, on the other hand, is a horror game which forces players to face some of their worst fears as they travel through a spooky, yet beautiful, universe.
Google Stadia Pro is available for $10 a month, and is currently the only way to use the service – unless you’re one of the Stadia Founders. However, Google is planning to launch it’s Stadia Base service for free later this year.
Google Stadia had a rocky start in its late 2019 launch, causing some to wonder if Google’s new streaming service was doomed before it ever officially began. If you’re on the fence, be sure to check out our Google Stadia review and the full lineup of games available on the service.
Andrew Smith is a freelance contributor with IGN. Follow him on Twitter @_andrewtsmith.