Google Stadia keeps sweetening the "Free with Pro" pot. Initially promising one game a month, the program almost immediately began plopping down at least two games a month for Pro members. But there has never been a month like June is shaping up to be.
After the announcement that The Elder Scrolls Online would be Free with Pro on June 16th (including the Morrowind DLC), Google today announced the addition of five more games to the Free with Pro program for June.
First up is Get Packed, the stellar multiplayer co-op game that dropped last month. Gaming Nexus reviewed Get Packed, and said at the time that "Get Packed is a wild multiplayer title, challenging players to pack a moving van while wrestling with some seriously destructive physics. Even in single player, the game is a good time, but in multiplayer Get Packed comes to life. Fans of games that cause them to yell at their friends should have a great time here, as this is a polished example of the genre."
Check out our interview with the development team at Moonshine Studios here.
Next up is Little Nightmares, the very stylized and somewhat creepy adventure title. Check out this surprisingly terrifying trailer:
The third game on the list is a welcome surprise. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid will be bringing its Saban-flavored fighting to the Stadia. The game was surprisingly well received when it released, with the PlayStation version nabbing a 65 on Metacritic. Hey, for a Power Rangers game, that ain't bad.
In a surprise move, the insanely popular Superhot is going to be free this month. I would have guessed that Superhot would have been selling for a fairly decent price, given the reputation of the game. So getting it for free on Stadia will finally allow me to check it out!
And finally, Panzer Dragoon Remake will round out the list. "Panzer Dragoon: Remake marks the triumphant return of one of gaming’s great shooter classics. Pilot your dragon across strange and beautiful vistas, overcoming cunning enemies in this action spectacular."
This is actually a pretty new game, only releasing on Switch two months ago.
What other surprises does Stadia have in store this summer? Keep an eye on Gaming Nexus for all the latest news and reviews!