Over the last few hours, through a message shared via the company's official Twitter profile, the titles have been officially announced that can be redeemed for free during the month of December to all subscribers to Google Stadia Pro. Starting from next December XNUMXst, in fact, users will have the possibility to download six titles completely free of charge, among which we can find Into the Breach, Hitman 2, Kine, Monster Jam Steel Titans, Everspace and Secret Neightbor.
Furthermore, we remind you that next November 30 will be the last chance for users subscribed to Google Stadia Pro to be able to request the titles available at no additional cost during the month of November, including SuperHot, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, Little Nightmares, Hello Neighbor and Super Bomberman R Online.
Get ready to add even more amazing games to your growing Google Stadia Pro collection. They will all arrive for free with Google Stadia Pro starting December 1, 2020. Here's the official list:
Into the Breach - One of the purest and most exciting tactical games ever.
HITMAN 2 - More missions, more disguises and more stealth challenges from the world of the famous assassin.
Kine - Adorable robots make music together in this delightful and challenging puzzle game.
Monster Jam Steel Titans - BIG TRUCKS THAT BREAK THINGS! Monster Jam Steel Titans gives you all the action your heart desires when destroying cars with an off-road vehicle.
Everspace - Space combat action meets a roguelike soul. Fly, die, fly again and triumph!
Secret Neighbor - You are friends, a scammer. The tense and atmospheric horror of Hello Neighbor gets bigger in this suspicious and survival multiplayer game.
Claim all six of these games in December and keep them as long as you remain a Stadia Pro member. These are just a few of the over 30 games you can get right now with Stadia Pro.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has officially landed on Stadia! Plus, six free games are making their way to #StadiaPro this December.
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- Stadia (@GoogleStadia) November 24, 2020