Stadia News: 4 Pro Games, Riders Republic, World War Z + More!

It’s been a week of chops and changes for Google Stadia and that has brought us a load of new content to sink our teeth into during this Halloween season.

Let’s first address the new setup that’s in store for us avid Stadia followers. The “This Week on Stadia” blog post will be coming to us in bi-weekly intervals from here on out. They have decided this is the best way to communicate and if today’s blog post is anything to go by then I’m personally pleased to see this. My only wish is they announce the news in advance rather than after the fact.

November Stadia Pro Games

So let’s get in about today’s blog post. We have our November pro games announced and first up is a new game to the platform, Saints Row IV. The epic conclusion to the franchise see’s The Saints move from the crackhouse to the White House - But the earth has been invaded and it’s up to you to free the world from Overlord Zinyak and his alien empire. This crazy as hell game is a welcome addition to any subscription service and will be available to claim for Pro Members on November 1st.

DIRT 5 is the 2nd Pro game for November and is a fun, amplified, off-road arcade racing experience. Blaze a trail on routes across the world, covering gravel, ice, snow and sand, with a roster of cars ranging from rally icons to trucks, to GT heroes.

In Hundred Days you will have complete control of a new Winery. First choose which vines to grow, learn how to grow them and when to harvest. Then following the entire winemaking process deciding on the type of wine you want to produce or the market requires. You will also have to sell the wine produced to allow your company to expand.

When the Moon God turns the inhabitants of the forest to stone, four Animal Ninja Masters must fight their way to Mt. Fuji and break his spell. Use swift moves, an arsenal of tools, and each Master’s unique abilities to save your home. Kemono Heroes is the final November Stadia Pro game.

Stadia Exclusive Feature Updates

Two games have been updated to include Stadia’s exclusive State Share & Crowd Play features.

State Share has been added to Doom Eternal’s brand new arcade-style Horde Mode. Defeat waves of demons to expand your arsenal, unlock new skins and set high scores. Your saved state share will take challengers directly to the beginning of your run equipped with the same loadout and weapons in a classic contest to see who can get the highest score.

Serious Sam 4 now features Crowd Play. This integration means you can hop onto someone’s Serious Sam YouTube live stream and if they have the feature activated you can join their game with the click of a button.

Sticking with Stadia’s Exclusive features; You can now browse the store and find games specific to the feature you fancy playing with or trying out. Stream Connect with some Division 2 action, some Dead by Daylight Crowd Play with your favourite streamer, State Share some situations in Humankind & determine your favourite YouTuber’s fate with Crowd Choice in Baldur’s Gate 3.

Stadia Offering Free 30 Minute Trials

Another new feature to the platform this week is the addition of free 30 minute trials in games. Right now you can hop on and test out Hello Engineer and Control: Ultimate Edition without needing a Stadia account at all. We are also told via Stadia Reddit that these trials will be coming to more games in the future.

New Games This Week

A couple of new games have landed on Stadia this week. Riders Republic came first and it’s time to go wild in an outdoor paradise with ski