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Stadia Pro games announced for February 2021

The latest batch of Stadia Pro games includes an intergalactic adventure and a free trial of this week’s new release, Madden NFL 21.



Journey to the Savage Planet - Stadia
Typhoon Studios

February’s Stadia Pro lineup features an intergalactic adventure and a free trial of one of this week’s big new releases.

Madden NFL 21 comes to Stadia this week as a full-price release. But if you want to try before you, erm try, it’s also available for Stadia Pro subscribers to play for free from January 28 to February 1.

Also released before the end of the month are Tohu, the delicious-looking puzzle adventure game from Fireart Games, and Gods Will Fall, a new third-person actioner from Clever Beans.


A new crop of titles also join Stadia Pro next month. Top-billed is Journey to the Savage Planet from Typhoon Studios. It’s a vibrant and comical sci-fi adventure that evokes Metroid Prime and Far Cry, with a little No Man’s Sky thrown in for good measure. The team at Google were certainly impressed and acquired Typhoon soon after release to become a first-party studio.

Six games are also leaving Pro at the end of the month. Add them to your collection before they go, and they’ll remain available to play for the duration of your membership.

New Stadia Releases

  • Phoenix Point – Out Now
  • Tohu – January 28
  • Gods Will Fall – January 29

Joining Stadia Pro – Febraury 2021

  • Enter the Gungeon
  • Journey to the Savage Planet: Employee of the Month Edition
  • Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

Leaving Stadia Pro

  • The Gardens Between
  • Hello Neighbor: Hide & Seek
  • Hitman 2
  • Into the Breach
  • Panzer Dragoon Remake
  • Sniper Elite 4

For more on Stadia, read our thoughts on the new State Share feature.

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