Google revealed more details about their upcoming Stadia game streaming platform at E3 2019. The company has confirmed that 18 games would be available immediately once the game launches. Stadia will have titles coming from known AAA and fresh indie game developers.

Google announced on their E3 press conference that Stadia would be released this coming November 2019. Google Stadia would be a subscription service where players would be able to play games available on the service’s library. The subscription costs $9.99 monthly and Google is offering a Founder’s Edition which provides a 3-month subscription along with other devices and games for $129.

So far, the confirmed games for Stadia are: “Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2,” “DOOM (2016,)” “DOOM Eternal,” “Rage 2,” “Wolfenstein: Youngblood,” “The Elder Scrolls Online,” “Get Packed,” Destiny 2,” “Metro Exodus,” “GRID,” “Farming Simulator 19,” “Thumper,” “Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid,” “Baldur’s Gate 3,” “Samurai Shodown,” “Football Manager,” “Tomb Raider Definitive Edition,” “Rise of The Tomb Raider,” “Shadow of The Tomb Raider,” “Final Fantasy 15,” “Borderlands 3,” “NBA 2K,” “Mortal Kombat 11,” “Darksiders Genesis,” “Assassin’s Creed Odyssey,” “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint,” “Tom Clancy’s The Division 2,” “Trials Rising,” “The Crew 2,” “Just Dance,” and “Gylt.”

Looking at all these titles, Google Stadia are one big, mixed bag of games coming from big developers and indie game makers. Aside from old games, Google Stadia would also have some of the new releases this 2019 such as “Darksiders Genesis,” “Borderlands 3,” and “Samurai Shodown.” Stadia would also support its own exclusive game, namely Tequila Works’ “Gylt”, which is a horror game.

So far, other companies like EA, Capcom, and Rockstar have also signed to put some of their games on the platform. We’ll have to wait on these three companies and Google to release more details about their progress with this game streaming platform.

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Attendees look at the new Stadia controller on display at the Google booth at the 2019 GDC Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, March 20, 2019 . Justin Sullivan/Getty Images