People Can Fly, the team behind looter-shooter Outriders, has issued a dev update discussing what's next for the game including inventory restoration, Stadia updates, future patches, and more.
Outriders, the latest loot-based third-person cover shooter from developers People Can Fly, has finally released on all platforms including PC, consoles, and Stadia. Here's what you need to know.
Via a blog post, Google is shutting down its internal development studios, shifting focus from game-making to simply offering its cloud-based platform directly to publishers.
Patch 1.1 for Cyberpunk 2077 is now live across PC, consoles, and Stadia bringing several stability improvements. Read on for more.
Stadia has had a rough go of it, even the most ardent Stadia supporter would have to admit that. The platform is still missing core features that it was sold on, only recently adding the ability to livestream to YouTube this past week. Games are still, by and large, not native 4K or 60fps. However, with the launch of Cyberpunk and its, frankly, great presentation and performance, I'm reminded why the idea of Stadia was such an intriguing one.
Outriders, the RPG shooter from People Can Fly, has some post-campaign content planned and it's called Expeditions.
On the back of Humankind's beta demo release onto Stadia yesterday, you can now preorder the game across various versions.
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Surprise! Baldur's Gate 3 will also release on Mac at 10a PST tomorrow as part of Early Access.
With ESO hitting Stadia recently, we've been playing the MMO on the new platform. The question remains - should you?