Stadia this week announced ten new games coming soon to its growing catalog. The titles are part of the Stadia makers program, created in a partnership with Unity to help support indie developers. Titles on the list come from Akupara Games, Broken Arms Games, Merge Games, and Bedtime Digital Games, among others.
The first of the new titles making its way to Stadia is The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark on April 15. This adventure game sees you helping a team of investigators solve supernatural cases in a classic, point-and-click fashion.
The other nine games are expected to drop until later in the year, with several still lacking a release date. Here's the full list of upcoming titles:
- Akupara Games - The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark (April 15)
- Broken Arms Games - Hundred Days - Winemaking Simulator (May 13)
- Merge Games - Foreclosed (Summer 2021)
- Bedtime Digital Games - Figment 2: Creed Valley (Fall 2021)
- Akupara Games - Grime (Coming Soon)
- Studio Zevere - She Dreams Elsewhere (Coming Soon)
- Big Village Games - Merek's Market (Coming Soon)
- Furyion Games - Death Carnival (Coming Soon)
- The Mix Games - Jay and Silent Bob: Chronic Blunt Punch (Coming Soon)
- Paratope - Skyclimbers (Coming Soon)
Four other titles from the Stadia Makers program have already launched on the Stadia store. These include:
- Unto the End
- Kaze and the Wild Masks
- Nanotale - Typing Chronicles
While Stadia has been adding big names to its roster over the past few months, it's great to see a massive lineup of indie games stepping into the spotlight. Between Outriders, Resident Evil Village, FIFA 21, and Dragon Quest 11, it's clear Google is doing everything it can to keep its roster stacked with popular titles. Now, with ten indie games arriving throughout the year, fans of the service should have more than enough to keep them busy in between the big releases.
If you're looking to stay busy this weekend, Borderlands 3 is currently available to Stadia Pro members for free. It doesn't include the new Director's Cut DLC, but the base game should provide you with more than enough mayhem to last until April 12.
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