We’ve talked before about the unfortunate state of Stadia gaming. While inherently a good concept, Google struggles to get their streaming concept off the ground. Many players don’t want to pay for a streaming console, only to have to buy their games anyway.
Well, Google has been attempting to fix that problem with Stadia Pro. Similar to Xbox’s Game Pass, Stadia Pro gives members access to a full library of games, allowing them to build a catalog while only ever paying a membership. This business model is much more in line with what many expected from Stadia.
Joining that line-up, alongside Pikuniku, Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dawn, and Spongebob Squarepants: Battle For Bikini Bottom, is none other than Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition.
The Gold Edition is certainly the definitive Resident Evil 7 experience. While only two of the DLC included within it are important to the events of the story, all of the content within is worth a playthrough or two. This means that Stadia Pro members will be able to get fully caught up for when Resident Evil Village launches on the console in tandem with all other releases: May 7th.
This puts Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition on an interesting list, alongside titles like Disco Elysium, Outriders, and Killer Queen Black. Hopefully, this list of titles will grow big enough for more people to find a use for the Google Stadia, as the concept really could be great.