Google Stadia Pro Goes Free For Two Months

Google Stadia Is Not a Free Netflix For Games

Google, the internet technology giant, just kicked an offer to give gamers two free months of free Google Stadia Pro.

Launched back in November 2019 and received with varying levels of fanfare, Google Stadia is a game streaming service powered by the cloud technology of the world’s biggest search engine. While almost anybody can try out the base version of Google Stadias online service and game from across the globe, the Pro version of this gaming platform is normally paywalled at $9.99 a month or local equivalent. Now gamers can sign up to the service and grab two months of top tier service for free. Form now and rolling out across 14 countries over the next 48hours, this offer allows players without a top tier gaming system to play video games on the Google Stadia streaming service, without the needs for much more than a phone or netbook and a TV.

Anybody signing up today will get some of the following features with the upgraded tier of Stadia:

  • Resolution: Up to 4K on TVs and high definition on PCs and select tablets and phones
  • Frame rate: 60 FPS
  • Sound: 5.1 surround sound on TVs1 and stereo sound on select tablets and phones
  • Additional free games released regularly
  • Stadia Pro-exclusive discounts on select game purchases

The additional free games bundled with Stadia Pro include GRID, Destiny 2: The Collection, and Thumper. For anybody who already jumped into the first wave of early adopters, you won’t be charged for your next two months. Vene better, subscribers can cancel their Stadia sub at any time effectively getting 2 months Google Stadia Pro free.

Do beware though, there are plenty of caveats with the Stadia service from bandwidth use through to the Stadia only game store. Before jumping in, you can find out everything you need to know about this offer over at the Stadia Blog and the official Stadia website for technical requirements.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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