Get 2 months of Google Stadia Pro for absolutely free

No strings attached

Google has announced a great new promotion for its game streaming service Stadia. Users who are interested in the futuristic way of gaming need to register for Google’s streaming service until at least tomorrow to get access to the top tier Stadia Pro service for the next two months.

Streaming games is going to be a big part of gaming going forwards. There is little doubt about that. Almost every platform holder is hard at work creating their very own services. Microsoft has been offering the Project xCloud beta for months now, while Sony’s PS Now is a ready-to-use product for several years already.

Anyone who signs up will get two free months of Stadia Pro with instant access to nine games, including GRID, Destiny 2: The Collection, and Thumper. You can purchase even more games on the store, which will remain yours to play even if you cancel your Stadia Pro subscription. If you’re already a paid Stadia Pro subscriber, we won’t charge you for the next two months. After that, Stadia Pro is $9.99 a month, but you can opt out of your subscription at any time.

But the gears only really kicked into high gear after tech giant Google unveiled their ambitious plans to enter the gaming industry with Google Stadia. With the massive server backbone of Google, it sure looked like a new giant player was entering the gaming industry. But the launch of Stadia went rather underwhelming, mostly due to a severely lackluster library of games of general lack of good marketing.

More games are steadily added to Stadia but there doesn’t seem to be enough interest by gamers. This could change however with Google now giving two months of Stadia Pro to everyone who joins the service. In this trial period, users will be able to enjoy a number of games for free at up-to 4K resolutions and 60fps.

It’s a great way to test the waters of game streaming and experience first-hand whether your internet connection and location is suited well for Google Stadia without spending a dime. Read more about how you can get the offer via Google’s blog post here!