Gods and Monsters Demo released on Stadia by accident.

Update Stadiasource has recieved a DMCA takedown request from Ubisoft about this. While I understand that Ubisoft would prefer that they control how their work is viewed. It’s out there now, and using DMCA is just going to get the internet to post it more. Everyone understands its an early build and not representatitve of the final product. I think Ubisoft should let people see where their game was last year so we’ll all be even more impressed when we see what they have to show us, hopefully soon.


Fellow Stadia creator Eddie Gomes was one of a few people that were able to play an E3 2019 demo of Gods and Monsters on Stadia today for around a half hour. Kotaku reached out to Ubisoft and Google about the leak.

Regretfully, on Thursday morning, we mistakenly made an E3 2019 demo version of Gods & Monsters from Ubisoft available on the Stadia store that was not intended for the public to play,” a Google Stadia rep told Kotaku via email. “A few hundred gamers were able to play it for less than 30 minutes. We sincerely apologize to our partners at Ubisoft for this mistake.

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This footage is from our E3 2019 demo, which was shown to select press last June and is now over one year old. Much has changed since then in terms of features, tone, art and character design, and even the name of the game. We are hard at work and very excited to finally show players what we have created at the end of summer.

Ubisoft Quebec executive producer Marc-Alexis Cote

The game is set to come out to multiple platforms including Stadia, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC. But we don’t know when it will be released. It certianly looks a lot like breath of the wild which can only be a good thing.

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