Google adds Jedi: Fallen Order to Stadia Pro for free

The game features all-new character Cal Kestis

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

To celebrate Star Wars Day, Google has added Jedi: Fallen Order as the fourth Stadia Pro game for May. Regularly priced at $49, the game is currently free for Stadio Pro subscribers.

Since its release in 2019, EA’s major single-player Star Wars game has received positive reviews, and its Stadia port is a great way to play the critically acclaimed title.

Jedi: Fallen Order features all-new character Cal Kestis, who discovers his Jedi abilities during a multi-planet expedition in the wake of Revenge of the Sith.

Google says that this is the fourth free game to hit Stadia Pro in May and that in total, more than 25+ free titles are available to Pro subscribers. Considering the game is one of the better Star Wars games released in the last decade, you should get your hands on it as soon as possible if you’re interested in playing it.

Other free Stadia Pro games for May are Trine 4 – The Nightmare Prince, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number and Floor Kids.

A Stadia Pro membership gives you access to free monthly games, exclusive game discounts and 60fps gameplay at up to a 4K resolution with HDR for $11.99 per month.

To become a member or to learn more about its benefits, click here.

In other ‘May the 4th’ news, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2 are now half off on iOS and Android. On iOS, the original KOTOR is $6.99 (regularly $13.98), while Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords is priced at $9.99 (regularly $20.99).

Android players, meanwhile, can snag KOTOR for $5.99 (regularly $12.99) and the sequel for $9.49 (regularly $18.99). Both games will remain on sale until May 7th.

Update 05/05/2021: This story has been updated with more information about Stadia’s Pro subscription tier.

Source: Stadia