Resident Evil Village is coming to Stadia, and Google will give you free hardware to play it

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The internet is ready for Resident Evil: Village, the next game in the iconic horror series, and Google wants to make sure you’re ready for it on Stadia. If you preorder the game for Google’s stream-from-the-cloud gaming service, the company will send you a full Stadia Premiere Edition hardware kit for free.

The Stadia Premiere Edition includes a white Stadia controller, a Chromecast Ultra that can stream the game on your TV, and a complementary one-month trial to Stadia Pro for new subscribers. Normally, the Stadia Premiere Edition costs $100, so getting it for free with Resident Evil: Village—which costs $60 for the Standard or $70 for the Deluxe edition—is one heck of a deal if you’re interested in Google’s fledgling gaming ecosystem.

Additionally, Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Gold Edition is coming to Stadia on April 1, and existing Stadia Pro subscribers will be able to claim it for free on day one.

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