Gamers will finally get their hands on the Google Stadia when it releases on Nov. 19. By all indications, the company has not encountered any feedback on the test that would delay the launch. \n \nFans are naturally excited about which games they can play when the cloud gaming service goes live. Google Stadia shared the list on its Twitter account. Apparently, there will only be 12 initial titles that they can play, which is quite disappointing. \n \n \n \nThe games include: \n \n1. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey - The game brings you to Ancient Greece, but it’s more of an RPG than anything else. The title was released in October 2018 to a divided audience. \n \n2. Just Dance 2020 -- This dance rhythm game is one of Ubisoft’s most popular titles. Just Dance 2020 features 40 songs you can dance to. \n \n3. Mortal Kombat 11 -- What else can you say about this successful franchise? If anything else, the game managed to ramp up the violence and gore. \n \n4. Destiny 2: The Collection -- According to Stadia, the Collection includes the base game, including all the add-ons. You will also get the annual pass, as well as the Shadowkeep expansion. \n \n5. Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition -- The Definitive Edition includes all the DLC maps, The Tomb of the Lost Adventurer, four characters, and six DLC weapons. \n \n6. Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition -- It includes seven DLCs, as well as the origin story of Lara Croft. \n \n7. Rise of the Tomb Raider -- This is the sequel to Tomb Raider released in 2013. The game brings the legendary adventurer to Siberia. \n \n8. Thumper -- The game is described as “rhythm violence.” You control a space beetle whose actions will decide the fate of the universe. \n \n9. Kine -- The 3D puzzler traces the lives of three machines, whose only dream is to become musicians. \n \n10. GYLT -- In GYLT, you find yourself in sleepy suburbia where nothing is at it seems. Children go missing, and the adults act weird. \n \n11. Samurai Shodown -- It is a Japanese fighting game in the mold of Street Fighter. Control different heroes who possess distinctive abilities. \n \n12. Red Dead Redemption 2 -- This is Rockstar’s critically acclaimed shooter game. It takes inspiration from the old Spaghetti Westerns. \n \nThose are the 12 initial games once the Stadia rolls along. However, Google said that it plans on releasing 14 more titles before 2019 ends. So, watch out for that.