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Stadia Pro adds Journey to the Savage Planet and Enter the Gungeon in February

February is just around the corner, and as such, Google has revealed the new lineup of titles that's being added to the Stadia Pro subscription next month. As usual, these games can be claimed at no additional cost, and you can play them as long as you keep your subscription, even after they're no longer available to claim for other users.

In February, three new games are joining the roster. Perhaps the most notable of them is Journey to the Savage Planet: Employee of the Month Edition. It's notable because this is an expanded version of the game that was originally released on other platforms, and the developer, Typhoon Studios, was acquired by Google's Stadia Games and Entertainment division back in 2019. Presumably, this edition will remain exclusive to Google's platform. You can watch the launch trailer below.

Aside from that, critically-acclaimed procedurally-generated shooter Enter the Gungeon is also being added, an indie title published by Devolver Digital. Lastly, there's Square Enix's Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, developed by Crystal Dynamics.

These games will be available on February 1, but before that, you may want to claim the games that are leaving the service at the end of January. Right now, you can still get The Gardens Between, Hello Neighbor: Hide & Seek, HITMAN 2, Sniper Elite 4, Into the Breach, and Panzer Dragoon Remake at no additional cost, but only until January 31. Again, if you claim them now, you can play them as long as you have Stadia Pro.

There are also some new games available to buy this week on Stadia, including Phoenix Point (January 26), Madden NFL 21 (January 28), TOHU (January 28), and Gods Will Fall (January 29). Madden NFL 21 will also be free to play this weekend if you have Stadia Pro.

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