Google Stadia Pro, here are the free games of November 2021

Google Stadia Pro, here are the free games of November 2021

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There are still many fans who firmly believe in the possibilities of Google's cloud gaming service, which is why the company continues to support it with new free games for Google Stadia Pro subscribers. Let's find out today what are the free titles during the month of November 2021, four in particular and certainly very interesting for many users. Starting from Monday 1 November 2021, subscribers to the service will be able to obtain Saints Row 4, DiRT 5, Hundred Days - Winemaking Simulator and Kemono Heroes at no additional cost.

So let's talk about very interesting and peculiar titles: it is the case of Hundred Days, a game where we will impersonate a Piedmontese wine producer, but it is nice to see in the list also works of great caliber such as the excellent Saints Row 4. The absolute protagonist is undoubtedly DiRT 5, the racing game developed by Codemasters and released by a short time ago, about a year ago, and a must to try for all subscribers to Google Stadia Pro during the month of November 2021.

Kemono Heroes instead stands out as a 2D platformer in pixel art, useful for donating that bit of variety among the four free games that we will be able to try as early as next week. We are therefore talking about very interesting and good quality works that will undoubtedly keep all subscribers to the Pro service company from next week, especially if you consider those offered in recent months.

In September 2021, for example, among the free games we could find titles like Ark: Survival Evolved or Darksiders 2: Deathinitive Edition, while in June among the free games for Google Stadia Pro subscribers were Moto GP 20, Trials of Cold Steel 3, Chronos: Before the Ashes and Blue Fire. In short, we hope that the quality of the works becomes even higher and that the genres offered are always varied, so as to be able to satisfy all players.

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Google Stadia offers free 30-minute trial of ‘Hello Engineer’ without Pro subscription, more titles to follow soon

It was recently discovered that Google Stadia has quietly added a highly requested feature that allows those who do not have a Google Stadia Pro membership to try games for free. The new offer was spotted just earlier this week and appears to be currently available for “Hello Engineer.”

“Hello Engineer” is currently one of the games that can be claimed for free for those who have a Google Stadia Pro membership. But the YouTube channel Gem discovered recently that the game’s Stadia page has added a new section that indicates it is available for a free trial.

An active Google Stadia account is needed to access the said page. It also indicates that players can try the “full game” for 30 minutes. As demonstrated by the same YouTube channel, clicking the “Play 30 min free” button will automatically open “Hello Engineer” without asking users to set up any payment information. This means users can enjoy the new free trial option without being forced to subscribe to Google Stadia Pro later.

The 30-minute duration will kick in as soon as the game starts loading. There will be a countdown timer on the right side of the screen when playing “Hello Engineer” through this offer. Google Stadia also says, “The time will continue even if you pause or exit the game.” So it may be best to sit through the full 30 minutes before moving on to a new title.

Google confirmed that the game-specific free trial feature is currently an experiment. The company told The Verge that it will be tested in the next couple of months, and the free trial offer will be available on more titles in the coming weeks. Since the feature is in testing at the moment, the same report noted that there is no standard list of games with free trials. The duration of the offer may also vary per game.

The new offer is likely Google’s way to convince more gamers to subscribe to the Google Stadia Pro for $9.99 per month. It is then possible that some of the titles getting limited-time trials in the coming weeks are those that can be claimed without additional cost through the Stadia Pro catalog.

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