On Google Stadia it is possible to try three new games for free, and without even creating an account: Humankind, Super Animal Royale and World War Z: Aftermath. Basically, just click on the specific links, which we include below, log in with your standard Google account, press the red button that says Play – x minutes for free, and after accepting some popup warnings you can proceed with your game. He reported it Android Centralbut we report having had luck with Humankind and World War Z: Aftermath, while with Super Animal Royale no – by the way it’s a free-to-play title, so, here, let’s play always free.
Humankind, which is a 4X-type turn-based strategy game (sub-genre that contains games in which you have to explore, expand, exploit and exterminate – or, in English, “eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, eXterminate”) offers a 120-minute trial, while in World War Z: Aftermath, shooter in third person set in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, you have to be content with 60 minutes. The latter game is also part of the April free games reserved for Stadia Pro subscribers.
The “nearly seamless” test feature was introduced a few weeks ago by Google as part of an initiative to make the service more attractive to both developers and gamers. As we said, it is still necessary to log in with a Google account, but it is also true that nowadays those without one are part of a very small minority. It’s already a huge step up from creating a specific Stadia account / profile, but it’s worth noting that the company is still considering eliminating that last barrier as well.
Here are the links (we also include the Super Animal Royale one for completeness, in case let us know if it works for you):