Stadia, which consists of over 120 game trials, has no subscription required

Stadia, which consists of over 120 game trials, has no subscription required

Free games for a limited time

The streaming service of Google Stadia may not have experienced the big success it anticipated, but almost three years after its introduction, the company is still holding on. Today, Google has announced that it has over 120 game trials (and more on the way) that you can register right now, but this agreement does not come without its limitations.

The trials may be free, but players'' time with each game is limited from 120 minutes to 30 minutes, which is pretty negligible depending on which game they play.

If you already want to try Stadia, then consider it, and playing games trials like is certainly a great way to see if Stadias streaming will work with your network and hardware.

Stadia is a fantastic option for someone who doesn''t desire to spend a lot on a console or PC gaming platform, in theory. It''s possible that it works for you. So here are a slew of shoulds at play, but Google never halted it.

Others on Reddit praised the trial model and said they believed that Steam would do the same thing. Games are expensive, and only increasing in price, therefore it makes sense that players would attempt a game before committed to dropping some significant money for the whole thing. This is a good no-risk opportunity to give it the ol college try.

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