Changelog Stadium: Danger of Rain 2 expansion, new games

The last week of 2020 saw the culmination of Google’s hugely successful Cyberpunk 2077 promotion, the arrival of Ubisoft +, – new games, and —- updates. In addition, the hit Risk of Rain 2 announced upcoming expansion packs.

Introducing “Stadia Changelog,” our new weekly series where we gather the games that arrived at Stadia in the past week, which games were rated for the stage, and updates released for games on the platform.

New games were added to Stadia this week

As 2020 draws to a close, Stadia have just two more weeks to reach its promise of 135 games on the platform. This week, only three games pushed toward that total, including:

  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
  • Assassin’s credit union
  • Sources of Assassin’s Creed

This has been one of the slowest weeks for game calls on Stadia in a while, but that’s not surprising. The hype that followed Cyberpunk 2077 certainly influenced decisions from other studios, but in retrospect, major releases after that shipwreck was probably very good.

Stadium Game Updates

Ubisoft + is now on Stadia

As promised, the Ubisoft + $ 15 / month all-you-can service has now launched support for Google Stadia. The service provides access to nearly 100 games on PC, as well as nearly 20 on Stadia. You can read more here.

Danger from Rain 2 details expansion plans, more

One of our favorite games on Stadia today is Risk of Rain 2, a fun multiplayer roguelike that reached Stadia with an exceptional level over the Summer. At the time, the game had just left its early reach and released the v1.0 update. Now, the game’s developers are detailing their plans for the future.

In a post this week, Hoppo Games released the first details of not one, but two expansions coming to Risk of Rain 2 in 2021. The first expansion of Risk of Rain 2 will come in March 2021 as free update. That Anniversary expansion will bring a new survivor, a new boss, new items, and new skills to five of the game’s characters among other, smaller variations.

water hazard 2 extension plans

Later in 2021, water risk 2 will build a paid expansion, which will come over a few updates. With that expansion, players can expect more characters, bosses, items, levels, events, elite types, a new game mode, and even final final levels. In addition, this paid-for-risk version of Risk of Rain 2 will deliver more music, which is a key feature of the game.

The update is likely to arrive on PC first, but with the Stadia de Risk of Rain 2 port based on that version, it looks like it will continue to lag close behind.

EA buys Codemasters

Fewer game updates and more behind-the-scenes updates for racing fans. Codemasters, the studio behind GRID, Dirt 5, and other excellent racing games are being acquired by EA to the tune of $ 1.2 billion. Construction will be completed in 2021. More details are in the official press release about the contract.

Cyberpunk 1.0.4

After debating on PC and PlayStation last week, the 1.0.4 hotfix for Cyberpunk 2077 has also reached Stadia. The full changelog can be found here.

Winter Crayta Edge Update

Following its recent announcement, Winter’s Edge update for Crayta has gone live with a new game-building fund that has a theme for the season as well as clothing and more.

Valassla Creed Assassin 1.1.0

Good news for Assassin’s Creed fans this week! The v1.1.0 update for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has been released with stability, performance, and issue fixes, as well as new Yule Season content. The update was released on 12/15. The full changelog can be found here.

Marvel’s Avengers v14.1

A patch to Marvel’s Avengers was released this week, though the timing has not been officially confirmed on Stadia, which includes several bug fixes and some tweaks like the Kate Injury Room capability Bring back Bishop. You can read the full patch notes here.

Destiny 2 v3.0.1.2 Update

Earlier this week, Destiny 2 released the update. As explained in the official patch notes, this update makes some changes to “Season of the Hunt” and fixes some bugs. There are no specific changes for Stadia.

Immortals: Fenyx Rebellion 1.0.4 and 1.0.5

This week, two minor updates were introduced to Immortals: Fenyx Rising. Version 1.0.4 is live on Stadia now with some bug fixes and general improvements, but 1.0.5 is only on PC, PS5, and PS4, for now.

PUBG Quarter 10

On December 16, PUBG Season 10, Breakthrough, went live on Stadia with new AI elements and more. The new Season Pass is free with Stadia Pro.

Hitman 3 opens cinematic

Ahead of the full release of the game in 2021, the Cinematic Opening of Hitman 3 has been released.

Destroy everyone! getting holiday skin

The recent destruction of humans! a remake of two new holiday-themed skins was released on all platforms this week.

Games coming to Stadia

While we know there are more games on the way for Stadia, announcements have been slim this week. On Thursday, Google announced three games going to the platform but without timelines included:

  • Enter the Gungeon
  • Kingdoms
  • Laura Croft and Guardian of Light

Looking at games rated for Stadia, this week we only saw a couple, thanks as always to our good friends at StadiaSource.

  • Invector Avicii
  • Epistory – Typing Chronicles

With the next week to be the last week of 2020, Google needs to release at least one game to set the platform over 100 games, not counting DLC ​​and updated editions.

What we’re playing this week

Ben Schoon – Jedi: Fallen Command, Water Danger 2

While the rest of the gaming community has ventured into Cyberpunk, I’ve been enjoying a game since last year. Jedi: Fallen Order was one of my top plays this week and I’m immersed in the world it builds up. As a huge Star Wars fan, I’ve been wanting to play this game for a while, and I’m glad it’s finally on Stadia. It was one of those games I really wanted it back at launch. Outside of that, Risk of Rain 2 added up a ton of extra hours for me again, this time with a night or two with my wife and two friends who are all new Stadia players getting multiplayer sessions. an hour. has remained one of my favorite things on Stadia, and since it’s free on Pro let me draw more friends into the platform to try it out.

Damien WildeCyberpunk 2077, Red Dead Redemption 2

To be honest, I didn’t part too much from Cyberpunk 2077 or Red Dead Redemption 2 this week, but I’ve been trying to get back to Assassin’s Valhalla Creed. I have to say though that I am fascinated by Stadia on iPad. Stadia was unique as a stop gap and even though the web application of the Safari web app is a weird way to get to Stadia, it is so much needed for the platform. Considering I’m a very platform agnostic, I’m going to say absolutely that the way Stadia is played for me is on the iPad. This is the perfect screen size for mobile games, and I can use the Xbox One gamepad, which I think could be perfect.

Bradley Rooms – Cyberpunk 2077

This week, like many Stadia players, I’m playing Cyberpunk 2077. This game is my first game on Stadia, so it’s been pretty familiar. I had been playing on an M1 MacBook Air until yesterday when my free Stadia controller arrived. I hadn’t been following the development of this game like many, and I didn’t pre-order until a few weeks before it arrived. It’s great to play on Stadia and switch between my laptop and Stadia controller on Chromecast. I’ve been enjoying the game so far, and I’m really glad I don’t have to download 6GB pieces anymore. After I finish the main question, I plan to move to Fallen Jedi Order.

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