Google has announced via a support page that Google One subscribers will offer an extended free trial for Google’s Stadia Pro cloud gaming service. While a normal free trial will only last 30 days, those who are subscribed to Google One will be able to get 90 days. However, as with many free trial offers, this will only apply to new users, so those who have already made use of a free trial or are already subscribed will not be eligible for a 3-month free access. Service.
Stadia is Google’s platform for casual and serious gamers who have a lot of time on their hands now and Stadia Pro is the paid version where you will have access to paid games and in-app updates for a monthly subscription. They have been adding more games to their library each month, including the 29 games they added this November. These are not just dark games, but well known titles like Baldur’s Gate, Assassin’s Creed, Humankind, etc.
Now if you are a Google One subscriber, Google One trial subscriber, or are part of a Google One subscriber’s family account, you will be able to get three months of Stadia Pro for free. Of course, you must be a new subscriber and Since you are logged into your Google account, you can’t just create a new account just to get the three-month free trial. You are also asked for a valid form of payment when you sign up, although you will not be charged for three months.
the Support page It does not say specifically when it begins, but it did indicate that it has until December 31, 2021 to redeem the offer or “while the supply lasts.” So if you see the offer on your list of benefits as a Google One subscriber, you can probably give it a try already. The deal is also exclusively available in the US, although Stadia is available in a few other countries, specifically Europe.
At the end of the free trial, Google will start charging you the subscription fee of $ 9.99 per month. If you cancel your subscription, you will lose access to all games and add-ons you claimed, but if you subscribe again, you will have access to them again.