Some of these games are new titles and some of them are older titles that have been out for a year or more.
KitGuru Says: A lot of this seems to be in preparation for launching uPlay+ on Stadia, an additional subscription that will give access to all Ubisoft games for a monthly fee. Asgard is a real location players will be able to visit in the base game, and it looks fully rendered in the Deep Dive Trailer. As Ubisoft isn't releasing its entire back catalog of game titles from the last 20+ years.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is the third game in the rebooted era of the Assassin's Creed franchise. Players who pick up a copy on current-gen consoles will be eligible for a next-gen upgrade free of charge. I also think that because of the way the service works, the games with release dates that Google has already revealed will join the UPlay+ lineup on Stadia. Assassin's Creed Valhalla is set in 9th century Europe, during the viking invasion of England.
Get ready to blast out "Invaders" by Iron Maiden, as Viking romp Assassin's Creed Valhalla has officially gone gold, Ubisoft has announced this afternoon. Starting with Origins and continuing with Odyssey, these titles take the Assassin's Creed series in a much more RPG-heavy direction, with stealth playing less of a factor. New releases are also bundled in at no extra cost and you can play them immediately after they release, even in early access. None of those games have release dates though. Unless you love you some open-world Ubisoft action as much as I do (despite its faults) and can't wait to get your hands on Cyberpunk 2077, paying $9.99 for Stadia Pro and then another $14.99 for UPlay+ (totaling nearly $30) may end up being too much on top of your other subscription services. Not for a little while at least.