Stadia Pro Adds Metro 2033 Redux, Four Other Games In August

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August is going to be a good month for Stadia. The streaming service's limited library will get a little bigger. Five cool games will be coming to the service which you will be able to play for free, assuming that you have subscribed to the Stadia Pro service.

The five games that are added next month are Strange Brigade, Kona, Metro 2033 Redux, Just Shapes & Beats, and Rock of Ages III. These games will be added on August 14. You can check out the official description of the games below, courtesy of Stadia.

  • Strange Brigade - a cooperative action-adventure for up to four friends. You’ll explore labyrinths prowled by undead guardians and hideous monsters. Harness traps to turn the tables on your enemies, or blast your way to the heart of Seteki’s temple.
  • Kona - a chilling adventure set in a snowbound Canadian village. Something strange is at work at the edge of the world, and it’s up to you to solve the mystery and survive. Kona challenges both your wits and nerves. Unravel a web of clues as you search a spooky, abandoned retreat in the midst of a deadly blizzard.
  • Metro 2033 Redux - Face the terrors of post-apocalyptic Moscow tunnels in this story-driven, single-player first-person shooter. Make your way through a post-war odyssey that challenges you to think quickly and move quickly to survive.
  • Just Shapes & Beats - Test your reflexes against the beat across dynamic levels that move and shift around you. It’s a completely unique musical experience.
  • Rock of Ages III - The boulder-rolling action arrives, launching straight into Stadia Pro. Crush everything that stands in your path, build your own levels, and share them with friends to spread the destruction!

If you are confused about how this subscription service works, then don’t be! We were too. After you pay the initial cost of Stadia, you have two choices. You can either purchase the games you want for the full price and they will be added to your library, or you can buy the Stadia Pro subscription that will give you access to a small number of games.

Keep in mind that Stadia Pro games keep on rotating. So games that were present one month might not be present the next. New subscribers can get their first month for free, after that they will have to shell out $10 per month.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these games? Have you ever used Stadia? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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