There's A Few New Game Discounts On Stadia To Consider

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Game discounts on Stadia come and go, and there are some new ones to think about if these are games you don't already own on the platform.

Today Ubisoft launched The Division 2 on Stadia, and all three versions that are were released are on sale until April 1. The base game for example is $9.90, while the Warlords of New York Ultimate Edition is down to $60 instead of $80.

Of course there are a handful of other games on Stadia with new discounts for Pro members. This includes Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Trials Rising, and Just Dance 2020.

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The new game discounts on Stadia bring Assassin's Creed Odyssey down to $19.80

If you don't already own Assassin's Creed Odyssey, grab it now. It's currently down to just $19.80 which is a pretty steep discount since the game still costs $60 at full price.

The other version bundles of the game are on sale as well. With the Ultimate Edition being on sale for $39.60, and the season pass on sale for a flat $20.

Just for reference, the Ultimate Edition normally costs $120. So really this is the best value for the game in terms of which bundle to pick up. The discounts on AC Odyssey will also last until April 1, the same day the discounts for The Division 2 go away.

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Taking that into consideration, this is also when the discounts will go away for the other included games. So it might be worth taking a few minutes to think about all the stuff you may buy and mark down a note.

With the arrival of 4K support in Chrome, discounts come at a perfect time

These discounts are about as timely as they can get. Google just recently started pushing out support for 4K gaming on the web version of Stadia.

Which means there are likely to be a lot more players checking out games in their browser now. Some users may have shied away from playing games on or even buying them for use with Chrome until 4K support was here.

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It's been around for about a week at this point, and new discounts are just as good of a reason as any to pick up a new game or two for use with the new 4K support.

Aside from the prices mentioned above, Trials Rising is down to just $10. Meanwhile, Ghost Recon Breakpoint is down to $19.80. The last game that's part of the new discounts, Just Dance 2020, is now $34.99.

If you want to grab these at a cheaper price, remember you will need to do so before April 1.

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