The upcoming Resident Evil Village is coming to Google Stadia. Fans will be able to buy a bundle that includes the horror game and the Stadia Premiere Edition.
Resident Evil Village is the latest installment of the iconic horror series. The Google Stadia version will launch alongside other platforms on May 7. Stadia owners will be able to play the game on their mobile device of choice through the cloud service.
Google has created an especially enticing deal to get players to buy the game on its service. If fans pre-order or buy the game before May 21, they’ll get the Google Stadia Premiere Edition for no extra cost while supplies last. That includes a Stadia controller and a Chromecast Ultra. Google recently used the same promotion to see Cyberpunk 2077.
Players can buy the standard edition of the game for $60 or the deluxe edition for $70. Both versions come with Stadia Premiere Edition at no additional charge.
On top of that, Google is bringing Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition to the platform on April 1. The special edition includes the game’s epilogues and bonus Banned Footage content. Stadia Pro subscribers will be able to claim the game for free when it launches on the platform. A cloud version of the game is currently available on Nintendo Switch.
The news comes after rumors circulated late last year that Google was looking to bring the Resident Evil series to its platform. According to internal documents leaked from a ransomware attack on Capcom, Google offered the company $10 million to bring the two games to Stadia.
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