However, the Stadia version of Borderlands 3 only includes the updates and fixes released on other platforms through October 24.
That means it’s missing a significant update released in November featuring endgame content like the Takedown at the Maliwan Blacksite and Mayhem 4 difficulty, plus dedicated loot pools for bosses and additional bank space.
It also won’t receive Moxxi’s Heist of The Handsome Jackpot, the first campaign add-on for Borderlands 3, which launches on December 19 for other platforms.
The Borderlands 3 Standard Edition is $38.99 (35% off) on Stadia, while the Deluxe Edition is $51.99 (35% off) and the Super Deluxe Edition is $77.99 (22% off), with the discounts available until January 7.
Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 costs $49.99, while Ghost Recon Breakpoint joins Stadia on Wednesday at a reduced price for a limited time. The standard edition of Ubisoft‘s game is $30 (50% off), the Gold Edition is $50 (50% off) and the Ultimate Edition is $60 (50% off).
Ghost Recon Breakpoint becomes the first game to include Stadia’s Stream Connect feature, which can be seen in action in the trailer above.
“Stream Connect allows Stadia players to share their screen by streaming one player’s view directly into another player’s view,” explains Ubisoft’s Matthew Tomkinson, UX and realisation director for Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
“For Ghost Recon Breakpoint, we’re actually streaming the screens of up to three other players at the same time into the view of one player. This feature brings new opportunities in tactical co-operation, as you can better synchronize with your teammates and set up a precise gameplan.”
Google said this week it’s giving early Stadia adopters an additional Buddy Pass, enabling them to offer a friend three months of Stadia Pro access for free.