Stadia Pro Users Getting Two More 'Free With Pro' Games

Published: November 27, 2019 8:00 AM /


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At the current time, Google Stadia Pro offers up two games free with its subscription. Google has announced that next month two more games will become available at no additional cost.

The first of these two games is Farming Simulator 19: Platinum Edition. It's a video game where you farm. The series has been extremely popular for some time, despite the mundane subject. It has a realistic approach to farming, letting you really get into it and learn all the skills one would expect from the job. It is also the video game with the greatest montages to ever hit YouTube, so please share those.

The other game that Pro users will get is Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition. This third-person shooter is a reboot of the Tomb Raider series and has Lara Croft trapped on an island after a shipwreck. It shows her slow journey from survivor to badass tomb raider, while also giving you an island to explore, new items to gather, and enemies to fight. The Definitive Edition will also come with all the DLC and a comic by Dark Horse. It also still includes the part where Lara shouts that she hates tombs. Can't say I blame her.

If you have Stadia Pro, there are also two games you can grab right now. The first is Destiny 2: The Collection, which includes the original FPS looter shooter and all four of its DLC expansions. You can also nab Samurai Shodown, a fighting game where you take the role of various samurai and, well, have a showdown. Both games are currently available, and there's no word as to when they'll no longer be so.

Have any thoughts about these two games? Currently using Google Stadia Pro and want to tell us about the experience? Have any Farming Simulator montages to share with us? Let us know in the comments below!

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