Stadia Pro members can get Metro Exodus and GYLT for free in February

As it has been doing every month since launch, the Stadia team at Google published a new post on the community blog detailing what's being added to the cloud gaming service in February. The company is adding two more games that will be free to claim during the next month for Stadia Pro members.

The two new additions are Metro Exodus and GYLT. The former is a post-apocalyptic first-person shooter developed by Deep Silver, and part of the well-known Metro series. Here's how Google describes it:

In Metro Exodus, flee the shattered ruins of dead Moscow and embark on an epic, continent-spanning journey across post-apocalyptic Russia in the greatest Metro adventure yet.

As for GYLT, a puzzle adventure game where players must navigate an eerie world filled with scary creatures to find the protagonist's missing cousin. Here's Google's description:

GYLT is a haunted tale of mystery and terror. Face your worst fears as you travel through a nightmarishly beautiful universe crafted by the storytelling masters at Tequila Works.

Both games will be available to claim starting on February 1, but before that, a couple of titles will be leaving the free offerings from Stadia. Stadia Pro members will need to claim Samurai Showdown and Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration before January 31 in order to get them for free.

Google is also running some special deals on a few games on Stadia. Starting today, players can get 60% off Mortal Kombat 11, as well as select DLC for the game. The base game will now cost $24, while the Premium Edition will cost you $36. Additionally, the Kombat Pack, which adds six playable characters, new skins, and early access to add-on characters, will cost $16 instead of $40. These sales will run through February 5.

Also starting today, and until February 4, a couple more games are discounted for Stadia Pro members, too. Just Dance 2020 is down 40% to $29.99, and Trials Rising is 60% off, making the base game just $10, while the Digital Gold Edition is $16.

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