Here’s All The Free Games Stadia Pro Members Get

Here’s All The Free Games Stadia Pro Members Get


Stadia Pro members get free games every single month to make the subscription a little sweeter. This type of offering is not too unlike Sony’s PlayStation Plus monthly subscription.

Where players get at least one or two games every month for free. Stadia may still be continuing to grow its game library, but it’s ramped up releases quite a bit since the beginning of this year, and some of those have been games that were added to the Pro list as free games.

The list is actually quite large at the moment in what you get at no cost. The one caveat is that you need to keep your Pro subscription active if you want to play those games.

Should it ever lapse you lose access. You don’t however lose the games, as they’ll still be there if you ever decide to sign back up. Here’s every single game you can pick up at no cost right now if you’re a Pro member.

Here are all the games Stadia Pro Members get for free

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With a fast-growing library of available titles, Stadia keeps getting better and better. And Pro members get the best of what’s on offer thanks to freebies.

Since there are so many free games to claim though, we’ve decided to list them all here so you don’t miss out on a chance to snag them. Why pass up free games after all? Especially if you’re going to keep the Pro membership active.

Resident Evil VII: Biohazard – Gold Edition

You know the drill when it comes to a Resident Evil game. It’s a survival horror title that will have you on edge the whole way through. Expect gruesome and gory graphics as you try to stay alive amongst the game’s many enemies and dangers.

As this is the Gold Edition, you get the full base game plus all of the seasonal DLC content. Which includes Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, as well as the End Of Zoe epilogue episode, and the Not A Hero epilogue chapter. This is one of the most recent Stadia Pro games to hit the list, and now is a good time to play it with Resident Evil Village on the way.

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana

Ys is a long-running JRPG series published by NIS America. In Ys VIII, you’ll get a good mix of turn-based combat, 3D graphics, anime-style visuals, and actual voice acting for many of the game’s scenes.

There’s even some anime cutscenes mixed in that should make things more enjoyable if you’re a fan of both anime and JRPG titles.

Pixeljunk Raiders

Pixeljunk Raiders is the latest game in the Pixeljunk franchise, and is a roguelike action game set on a far off world somewhere in the vast universe. Fight against all manner of crazy looking alien-like creatures with a wide array of different weapons.

And since this is a roguelike game, death is permanent. Which means you will need to be as careful as possible if you don’t want to lose everything. Should you die, you restart from the beginning and hopefully learn from your mistakes. Applying a different approach to see how far you get the next time.

AVICII Invector

Fans of Avicii’s music and fans of rhythm games will want to hop on AVICII Invector. As it mashes both of those things together into a wicked cool game that is hard to put down. There are 25 different tracks to play to and the game supports both solo play or multiplayer with up to four players.

PIKUNIKU

If you like strange games and enjoy solving puzzles, don’t miss out on PIKUNIKU. As it’s both a puzzle game and extremely strange. Its strangeness though is part of its charm and there’s no doubt that you’ll probably have fun playing it. You can also play solo and with up to two players in a local co-op. And it’s a perfect game for kids and families too.

Little Nightmares II

Little Nightmares is the newest Pro title to join the list as it was just pushed out to Stadia Pro members recently. It’s an adventure title that has lots of spooky horror themes and is sure to be a lot of fun if you enjoy games that fit in that genre.

Journey To The Savage Planet

Journey To The Savage Planet feels a little bit like No Man’s Sky lite. It doesn’t have nearly the same scale of exploration since you can’t really traverse the galaxy. But you do get to explore the entirety of the single planet the game is based around.

You’ll need to collect resources, discover new lifeforms, defend against hostile lifeforms and craft and upgrade gear and the like. If you’ve ever wondered about the vastness of space, and what can be found within it, this game is for you.

Cthulu Save Christmas

This is a JRPG where  you play as an unlikely hero, Cthulu, who sets out to save Christmas, just as the title suggests. It features turn-based combat and retro-style pixel graphics you’d see on most games in the Super NES days.

There’s plenty of comedic value in the game’s dialogue and loads of fun gameplay if turn-based JRPG titles are your thing.

Enter The Gungeon

All-out mayhem in a retro-style top down shooter. Filled with all manner of guns and weapon types to dispose of enemies as you descend into the depths of the gungeon.

You’ll encounter challenging enemies and even more challenging bosses. While fun, Enter The Gungeon is not for the weak. It’s a bullet hell roguelike game. Which means there’s a fairly sizeable level of challenge involved. If you’re not into difficult games, there are plenty of other excellent options Pro members get for free.

Lara Croft And The Guardian of Light

Lara Croft in a way some have never seen her before. As part of a team in a co-op isometric action adventure puzzle game. It still has loads of the puzzles and treasure hunting vibes you’d expect from a Tomb Raider title.

But you can play with a friend which could make things a little more fun.

Figment

Figment is a quirky adventure game that gives off some serious adventure time vibes. It includes wooden swords, musical boss fights and puzzles to solve. As well as some very visually appealing graphics that have a hand-drawn look to them.

El Hijo – A Wild West Tale

This is a cute and lighthearted stealth game where you play as a little boy who is trying to reunite with his lost mother. The game is depicted as non-violent, so you can’t use weapons and there’s no death. Which makes this a perfect game if you’re looking for something to play that can help you relax.

 

Submerged: Hidden Depths

Through and through this is simply an exploration game that tasks you with setting sail and seeking out adventure. The world is yours to explore and there are tons of new things for you to find throughout the game’s many beautifully crafted environments.

This is the ultimate game to play if you want a relaxing gaming experience. Since there’s no combat and no threat of demise.

Everspace

If you want more space games, with some depth, Everspace is that game. This is a sandbox adventure/simulation game where you can explore the far reaches of the galaxy and the only limits you really have are your imagination.

Scour the vast emptiness of space for resources, build and upgrade your ships, and even engage in some pretty intense space battles.

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This is an adventure game where you play as Ary, a little girl who, as you progress through the game, will learn to harness the power of the seasons to her advantage. Use these powers to solve puzzles and defeat enemies as you explore the world of Valdi.

Hitman – The Complete First Season

Hitman needs no introduction most of the time, but not everyone has played this wonderful series of games.

This particular version of Hitman is the first season in the first title of the remakes. You’ll (naturally) play as Agent 47 and go around accepting and completing your contract killings without getting caught.

You’re an assassin after all. And you wouldn’t be a very good one if you got caught.

Gunsport

Cyberpunk volleyball with guns. Need we say more? Of course not. That opening pretty much explains itself.

But there is more to the game worth mentioning. Gunsport has a diverse cast of characters you can play, and a pretty rad soundtrack that definitely has an 80s vibe to it.

Human: Fall Flat Stadia Edition

A puzzle game that is also part platformer, Human: Fall Flat turns each level into a floating dreamscape.

No two stages are alike, and you can play single player or with up to 16 other players if you want a bit more of a challenge.

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds

PUBG needs little introduction for most, but if you do happen to be unfamiliar with the game, it’s a battle royale third-person shooter where you drop in on a large map and try to be the last person standing.

You have to fight against 99 other players to become the winner. Though there are modes where you can play with a squad of friends and play against other teams.

When you parachute in you land with no gear or weapons, and you’ll have to salvage for everything you need to stay alive.

Orcs Must Die! 3

Orcs Must Die! 3 is a hybrid of action and tower defense that follows on the path of the gameplay from the first two mainline games in the franchise.

Fight off hundreds of orcs in War Scenarios as they try to breach your castle walls, and use every tool at your disposal to stop them.

The game also features a new story that is set two decades after the events of Orcs Must Die! 2. So there’s new narrative to enjoy and brand-new characters to play as. You also get new weapons in the form of War Machines, as well as various other tools of destruction.

Crayta: Premium Edition

Crayta is a game where you essentially build mini games that you can play with other people. It lets you, the player, have almost complete control over the creativity inbuilding the world of your games.

You can invite others to your games for them to test them out, or you can join other games that people have created. If you’ve ever been interested in game creation, this is a fun game to test those waters.

SteamWorld Dig 1 & SteamWorld Heist

Two of the four SteamWorld games on Stadia are part of Pro right now, and this includes SteamWorld Dig 1, as well as SteamWorld Heist. While the first game is more about digging through the world and mining your way to the top filled with riches, SteamWorld Heist is more of a side-scrolling turn-based strategy game with epic battles, challenges to overcome, and a whole lot of steam-powered robots.

Reigns

Reigns is one of the more unique Stadia Pro games that you just might find to be a whole heck of a lot of fun if you give it a shot. And since it’s free you have no reason not to. You play the king and must make a series of choices presented in front of you that are directly linked to how you rule your kingdom.

Decide whether you should build useful buildings for your subjects. Find love. And even root out evil schemers who plot your demise in an attempt to seize power for themselves. Will you be a good king? Or an evil king? The choice is yours.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle For Bikini Bottom: Rehydrated

You can never have enough Stadia Pro games because you never know who might be playing them. Sometimes it’s you, but sometimes it might be family or friends. Maybe it’s your kids. In those situations it never hurts to have some kid-friendly games like this one.

This is a re-release of a game that was launched on consoles years ago and comes with updated graphics, but all of the same fun gameplay. If you thought the TV show was wild, just wait to you play this game.

Figment

Figment is an action-adventure game that gives off some real Adventure Time vibes. Solve puzzles to progress through levels, battle enemies and bosses, and stand in awe of the landscapes and worlds created in the hand-painted style of the game’s visuals.

It’s definitely a little different than what some may be used to but that doesn’t make it not fun. It’s also a great option if you’re looking for something to play that allows you to kick back and enjoy an entirely single player experience.

PAC-MAN Mega Tunnel Battle

This is both what you might expect and not what you’d expect. As it is Pac-Man probably like you remember it. But it’s also not. That’s because you play through levels just like you would any other Pac-Man game, but you can do so in a battle royale style as the game can support up to 64 players at a time.

As Stadia Pro games go, this is one that mashes together elements of new and old. Blending the retro fun of Pac-Man with the battle royale genre that was made popular by games like PUBG, which is also still a free Pro game.

Republique

A game that’s both fun and topical, Republique is a stealth action game where you play the role of an unknown entity helping another character, Hope, escape the clutches of a totalitarian government. You can sneak your way around armed guards and numerous surveillance cameras, hack into the government’s network, and experience a rather rich and engaging story.

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