The folks over at Google Stadia have announced a cool new promotion called 'Three Days Of Demos', which will allow anyone with a Stadia account to try out some upcoming games free of charge.
Stadia, of course, is Google's game-streaming service. When it first launched, you might've noticed that not many developers seemed keen to get involved. The lack of appealing content was a key point in our review of the service, in fact, which is why it's so nice to see some fun, exclusive content like this coming to Stadia.
Keep on reading to learn more about the free demos that are coming to Stadia over the next few days...
Google Stadia free demos - what can you play, and when?
On 20th October, players will be able to jump into Pac-Man: Mega Tunnel Battle Demo for free. You'll be able to try the Elimination game mode, which pits you against 64 players in a last-man-standing battle. The link at which you can jump in, which should be live right now, is here.
On 21st October, a beta version of Humankind will be available for Stadia players. This is a historical, turn-based strategy game where you can rewrite the history of mankind.
And on 22nd October, Stadia players will be able to access Immortals Fenyx Rising Demo for free. In this one, you'll play as a winged demigod on a quest to save the Greek gods.
We've got the trailers for all these games below, if you fancy learning a bit more...
Do you need to pay anything to get involved?
There is literally no cost to get involved with Google Stadia's Three Days Of Demo, which really does make this deal all the more sweet.
If you already have a Stadia account, you can simply click here to jump into today's Pac-Man demo!
If you've never used Stadia before, you can still click this link to jump over to Stadia, but you will need to make a free account before you can get involved with the action. Stadia links to your Google account, though, so it shouldn't take long if you already have a Gmail.
If you do decide to get involved with Stadia's Three Days Of Demos, we hope you have fun!
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