STADIA Pro Subscribers Will Receive 2 Free Games In December

The launch of Google STADIA was a bit rough; However, Google continues to promote its cloud platform and the offer of titles that will gradually grow larger. One of the characteristics of this proposal is the possibility of receiving free content monthly if one is a member of STADIA Pro and Google revealed the 2 games that members will receive in December.

At the moment, the platform already gives players 2 free games: Destiny 2 The Collection and Samurai Shodown. However, soon STADIA Pro subscribers will be able to add Farming Simulator 19: Platinum Edition and Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition to their STADIA library.

In case you do not know, the first of the next free titles is focused on an agricultural experience in which users can carry out activities such as cultivating the land and raising animals. Something that attracts attention is that it includes tractors of various brands that fans of this genre will appreciate, such as John Deere, New Holland, Challenger, among many others.

The other game is better known, as it is about the reinvention of the adventures of Lara Croft, which will also include the downloadable content that the title received after its launch, as well as the Dark Horse digital comic and the mini art book of BradyGames.

In Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition you will be able to know the life of Lara Croft and the events that forged her as a tomb explorer and find out about her father’s hidden past. If you are a STADIA subscriber, we inform you that all you have to do to get them is to wait until December, go to the Google STADIA application and go to the Games section to claim them.

An important detail is that, unlike the games you buy on the platform, the free titles will disappear when you do not pay the subscription, but you will be able to access them again when you renew your STADIA Pro membership.

In other news, Google STADIA is now available and the service continues to generate doubts among some users. Among the questions that continue to generate doubts is a fundamental fact for every player: do the titles respond quickly? That is, does some kind of lag occur when handling the game because it is running in the cloud and not on hardware next to our TV?

A technical analysis shows that the STADIA version of Red Dead Redemption 2 has less latency than the Xbox One X version.

Although there have been no criticisms because STADIA does not fulfill (at least, not yet) the promise of 4K graphics and the Rockstar game is rendered at 1440p and then rescaled to 4K, running at 30 images per second, it seems that the promises about the good response to control is effective.

The video analysis offered by Digital Foundry shows that users enjoy a competent version inĀ STADIA when compared to other systems. But, no doubt, the results related to control are surprising.

I remind you that Google STADIA is available in some countries since November of this year.