Google shared a wealth of new details about its upcoming cloud gaming platform, Stadia, during its inaugural Stadia Connect presentation ahead of E3 2019. In addition to revealing pricing details, the company showcased a few of the games coming to the service, including a new exclusive title from Rime developer Tequila Works called Gylt.
Billed as a “haunting single player puzzle adventure game,” Gylt places players in the role of a young girl named Sally, who must explore an unsettling world in search of her missing cousin, Emily. Few other details about the game were revealed, but we did get a look at its atmospheric gameplay in the trailer below.
Gylt wasn’t the only game Google showcased during the Stadia Connect broadcast. The company also confirmed that Ubisoft’s recently announced open-world shooter, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, is coming to the platform, as are two fighting games and the rumored Baldur’s Gate 3. Destiny 2 will also be available on Stadia along with all of its content and new Shadowkeep expansion. The Stadia version will let you import your Destiny 2 character saves.
There were many more announcements from the Stadia Connect broadcast. Google also revealed the Stadia Founder’s Edition, which will launch this November for $130. The Founder’s Edition will be the only way to play Stadia at launch, but there will also be a Stadia Pro subscription that gives you access to a library of games, as well as a free version called Stadia Base–although that won’t be available until next year.