Stadia has a few new games that are set to launch this week, and two of them already available to grab, including DIRT 5, which launched just before the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X back in November of 2020.
Aside from DIRT 5, players will also have access to Murder by Numbers, and Kaze and the Wild Masks. Although that last title doesn’t launch until March 25.
As Stadia continues to add new games to the library of available titles, it’s also adding new content for existing titles. As well as some new discounts that may convince you to finally grab that one game you’ve been meaning to try.
DIRT 5 launches on Stadia today for $59.99
When does DIRT 5 launch on Stadia you ask? Today of course. And you can snag it for $59.99. That’s assuming you haven’t already picked it up on another platform since it officially released last Fall.
Unlike many of the other games on Stadia, DIRT 5 has one version available and one version only. The standard version. Which means there’s no DLC to pick up, for now, and no bonus content that comes with a digital deluxe version of the game.
DIRT 5 is a racing title, focusing specifically on off-road rally racing. You can go through a single player mode or you can race with other people online. DIRT 5 also supports four-player split screen gameplay if you have three friends that want to join in on the fun.
In addition to DIRT 5, the other game landing today is Murder by Numbers. This is a puzzle game with visual novel mechanics and anime-style graphics. Like most visual novels you’ll find on other platforms actually.
If you want something fun and inexpensive to play, this title is on sale right now for $7.49. This is a limited time price though and it will go up to the regular $14.99 cost on March 30. So grab it at a discount while you can if it seems interesting to you.
Immortals Fenyx Rising gets new DLC tomorrow
If you’ve been playing Immortals Fenyx Rising and loving it, you’re in for a treat as new DLC for the game drops tomorrow.
On March 25, players will get access to the Myths of the Eastern Realm add-on. There isn’t a cost listed for the DLC. But it will likely be the same price as it is on other platforms where it releases tomorrow. Which includes PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.