Google adds five Stadia Pro games for August 2020

In addition to Rock of Ages 3: Make and Break Later next month, August 2020 will see four Stadia Pro subscriber games on Saturday.

After adding four Pro games last month, August sees a slight increase to five titles, though, again, not all at once. This Saturday we will see four games with a $ 9.99 membership, starting with Strange Brigade, which was announced last week:

A cooperative action adventure for up to four friends. You will explore mazes prowled by undead guardians and horrible monsters. Take advantage of the traps to change the tables of your enemies or make your way to the heart of the Seteki temple.

Also “new to Stadia” (and Pro) is Kona:

Embrace your inner detective in Kona, a chilling adventure set in a snowy Canadian town. Something strange is working on the edge of the world, and it’s up to you to solve the mystery and survive. Kona challenges both your wits and your nerves. Unravel a network of clues as you search in a creepy and abandoned northern refuge in the midst of a deadly snowstorm.

Completing the list is Metro 2033 Redux ($ 19.99) and Just Shapes & Beats ($ 19.99). In the meantime, Rock of Ages 3 will arrive on August 14.

Compared to four game outs in July, this month you only see Zombie Army 4: Dead War leaving. The count will be 23 titles after the addition / subtraction of August:

GRID, GYLT, Destiny 2: The Collection, SteamWorld Dig 2, SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech, SteamWorld Dig, SteamWorld Heist, Get Packed, PLAYERUN ancla’S BATTLEGROUNDS, The Turing Test, Superhot, Little Nightmares, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, Panzer Dragoon: Remake, West of Loathing, Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, Crayta, Orcs Must Die! 3, Strange Brigade, Kona, Metro 2033 Redux, Just Shapes & Beats and Rock of Ages 3: Make and Break

The last Pro titles will be released at midnight PT. You can visit the Stadia store on Android, iOS or on the web to claim the Stadia Pro games from August 2020. They will join the Pro gaming carousel, or you can manually search the list.

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