Google Stadia is becoming increasingly popular with mobile gamers, with more and more gamers using the cloud gaming service. However, one big complaint for a long time from most users has been the lack of major games, but with this new partnership with Electronic Art, this is about to change.
Google has announced that the Stadia would be getting EA titles, starting with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. EA is one of the most notable names in video games and this partnership comes as a massive step for Google.
The Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order first launched on PS4 and Xbox One last November and is expected to come to Google Stadia in the fall. There are also reports that a number of other games will be coming to the Stadia, with FIFA and Madden NFL expected to hit the platform in winter, implying that we may be seeing the 2021 release of both titles.
These three titles are the only confirmed titles for the Google Stadia, with Google announcing that there would be more EA titles coming to the Stadia this year.
This could be a solid partnership between these two companies, as this move should spur more publishers to emulate EA and partner with cloud gaming services, thereby giving users an opportunity to enjoy a wider variety of mobile games.