Google revealed a ton of new games in its first Stadia Connect event of the year, one of them being Rock Of Ages 3: Make & Break alongside ten other new titles.
Some of the games are already available to play, like PUBG, Monopoly (which wasn't in the Connect video but it is available), Octopath Traveler, and Get Packed. Meanwhile others are being released in May and beyond. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for instance is launching this Fall.
Following the games that are available as of today, the next game to reach Stadia will be Zombie Army 4: Dead War, which is launching on May 1. This will be a newly available free title for Pro members too.
After it leaves the Pro lineup, it'll be available for $49.99. So make sure to snag it while you don't have to pay for it if you're looking to save a little bit of money.
Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break launches on Stadia in June
Tower Defense games can be a lot of fun and now you'll have one on Stadia with Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break.
The game will launch officially in June, though at the moment there is no set in stone release date for Stadia. It will however release on June 2 for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. So there's a chance that it will launch on Stadia on the same day.
In Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break, the goal of the game is to create your levels and ensure that they stay in tip top shape while you break everyone else's down.
That's only one aspect of the game though and there's more to it than just competitive online play. There's also a story mode for people who want to enjoy gameplay that's a bit less hectic. There's also a Time Trials mode if you want some of that arcade nostalgia.
Look out for Wave Break, Crayta, and Embr
In addition to the above-mentioned games, players will also get additional games coming this year. Some of them this Summer.
For instance, Embr, which enters an early access program on May 21. The game will also be available on PC at the same time. Beyond Embr, there's also Wave break, an upcoming skateboarding game that allows you to use guns (for some purpose), while skateboarding around various aquatic locations using boats.
Lastly there's Crayta, which sounds a whole lot like a PS4 Dreams-style offering. With Crayta you can create your own multiplayer games that you can then share with other players. They can play your games too, and you can in turn play games created by others.
If you missed the Stadia Connect video from this morning when it was live, you can view the video below.