EA to release five games through 2021.
EA and Stadia

EA and Google announced a new partnership today to launch five different EA games on Stadia. These five titles will be released throughout 2021 and 2021. It's not exactly a lot of games, but it does seem to be about on par with EA's support of the Nintendo Switch.

Today's announcement will find the following titles making their way to Google's cloud-based gaming platform:
  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
  • EA Sports FIFA
  • Madden NFL
  • Game #4 in 2021
  • Game #5 in 2021
Yeah, it's not like we're looking at anything unusual here. The titles being offered by EA for Stadia are probably what most everyone expected to see on the platform. You have your high-profile super successful action game with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. You also have the two biggest EA Sports franchises showing up. There are obviously a couple of mystery titles coming still, which may correspond to games that aren't out yet for any platform.

There is also no saying whether or not FIFA or Madden will be identical to the versions released on the PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. There is also no word as to whether or not these games will feature cross-platform play with other platforms.

If you want to try out Stadia for yourself, you have an opportunity to get two months of Stadia Pro for free. This gives you access to a handful of titles that are included for free with a Pro subscription. You are currently able to use Stadia through your desktop, laptop, Chrome OS devices, a variety of Android devices, Chromecast, and I think that's most everything.

“Cloud is opening up exciting new possibilities for play,” said Andrew Wilson, CEO of Electronic Arts. “In partnering with Google Stadia, we have an opportunity to deliver some creative and innovative game experiences on an exciting new platform.”

"We’re thrilled to see some of Electronic Arts’ biggest hits come to the Stadia. I can't wait to play EA SPORTS FIFA, Madden NFL, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on my favorite screens instantly with the simple click of a button," said Phil Harrison, GM and VP at Google.