On top of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, already available on Google Stadia, three other Assassin’s Creed games have sneaked their way onto Google’s game-streaming service.
And by ‘sneaked’, we mean suddenly announced by Ubisoft but (Animus framing story aside) we’re always up for some more Assassin’s Creed. The titles in question are:
- Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey
- Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate
- Assassin’s Creed: Unity
The three games take place in Greece, London and France respectively and, while they’re not quite as stealth-focused as their predecessors, there’s a lot of fun to be had with these. Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey is the most recent of the three, most notable for letting you Sparta kick enemies to their doom, a move that reappeared in Valhalla.
Syndicate, on the other hand, features less kicking but being roam old-timey London and jumping off Big Ben is a lot of fun. Assassin’s Creed: Unity was, at the time, mocked for sporting some absurd bugs, with characters who’d wander into cutscenes and others whose skin would just disappear, a disconcerting sight to say the least. But, several patches later, it’s a fun romp around revolution-era Paris.
Stadia’s performance is down to the speed of your internet connection but it does give you the ability to leap into games more or less straight away. These are, as far as we can tell, the vanilla versions of the game, so you may have to purchase DLC separately. The games are available to purchase or can be accessed through the Stadia beta of Ubisoft+, the company’s subscription service.
If sneaking, stabbing and Sparta-kicking is up your street, you can grab all three on Stadia right now. Check out the trailer below to see the streaming shenanigans on offer: