Harmonix, Konami and Supermassive among devs bringing exclusives to Stadia

Harmonix, Konami and Supermassive among devs bringing exclusives to Stadia

A number of games studios have pledged to bring titles exclusively to Google's Stadia streaming platform.

In the latest Stadia Connect event, the search giant revealed that Konami's Super Bomberman R Online would be launching on its cloud service, while One Hand Clapping from Bad Dream Games would also be launching 'First on Stadia.'

Meanwhile, Harmonix, Uppercut Games and Supermassive have all committed to bringing exclusive titles to Google Stadia.

That's on top of Splash Damage, who is teaming up with Google for the creation of an 'Only on Stadia' title, Outcasters. You can find out a bit more about that title in our interview here.

Speaking to, a Google rep said that the difference between 'First on Stadia' title and 'Only on Stadia' was: "First on Stadia means that the title is debuting on Stadia but the developer has indicated it will arrive on other platforms. Only on Stadia means the developer has not announced intent to bring the title to other platforms."

Other titles coming to Stadia include Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, Dead by Daylight and both Hitman and Hitman 2. 

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