Google's Stadia cloud gaming service went live around six months ago, and since then, its library is growing slowly. More and more developers and publishers are adding Stadia support to their titles, and the most recent announcement revealed five games coming later next week. On June 1st, Get Packed, Little Nightmares, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, Panzer Dragoon: Remake and Superhot are all coming to Google's cloud gaming service.
If you are unfamiliar with the titles coming, Get Packed lets you team up with other players to relocate furniture and possessions while avoiding all the weather hazards and dangers looming around every corner. While Little Nightmares gives you a critically acclaimed puzzle horror title with an extremely compelling storyline and unique art style.
In addition to that, Superhot adopts a new take on the first-person shooter genre, adding a time-bending element to the experience. Enemies, bullets, and time, in general, doesn't move until the player does, which forces you to take strategic decisions with the limited resources you have to take down your foes. Panzer Dragoon: Remake and Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid are featured as well.
All the aforementioned five games will become available on Google Stadia later this week on June 1st, with the anticipated addition of The Elder Scrolls Online on June 16th. Service subscribers can add them to their library from now, and have them sit there till they become available to play later this week. Make sure to check out Little Nightmare's Stadia announcement trailer below, one of the five titles being added.
What other titles do you wish to see added to the Google Stadia library? Which one of the newly added games to the service will you try first? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below.