Stadia Premiere Edition is being given away free with Cyberpunk 2077 purchases


Google is giving away Stadia Premiere Edition bundles with existing and new Cyberpunk 2077 orders, “while supplies last”.

Eligible users who pre-order or buy the game on Stadia between October 15 and December 17 will receive a Stadia Premiere Edition at no additional cost, including free basic shipping, although Google says it “may or may not arrive prior to the holidays, given proximity to the end of the year”.

Normally priced at $99.99/£89.99 (although currently on offer in the UK for £62.99), Stadia Premiere Edition comes with a Stadia controller and Chromecast Ultra, which are required to use the cloud gaming platform on a TV.

Check out the full T&Cs for the different countries where the offer is available.

Google also announced today that Stadia is coming to iOS as a web app “rolling out several weeks from now”.

Today’s announcements coincide with the release of the latest Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Wire stream, which included a focus on “legendary rockerboy” Johnny Silverhand, the character played by Keanu Reeves.

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In one video, Reeves explained what attracted him to the project. “You get to play a character in so many kind of different ways because of different paths or threads or choices, so you almost get to play one moment, say you have a decision, with three different behavioural attitudes, so that was fun.

“So, it’s been fun, and that was kind of what I was interested in, you know the different options that the game could play, playing the same person but from different versions of them.”

CD Projekt also released a new Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay trailer today, as well as a behind the scenes look at the game’s music.

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In late October the Cyberpunk 2077 release date was pushed back by 21 days to December 10, marking a third delay for a game originally scheduled to launch in April.