As hinted at by the ESRB listing that appeared before the April 28, 2020 Stadia Connect, an Octopath Traveler Stadia port was the shadowdrop for the presentation. If someone heads to the storefront, they can pick up a copy for $59.99. This is in line with the standard PC pricing, as it is also $59.99 there, though the Nintendo Switch version can be found for $49.99.
The Octopath Traveler Stadia release wasn’t the only new game to appear at the same time as Google’s video. Two other titles also are immediately available. One is the $19.99 Get Packed, a one-to-four player game about moving out items during the hostile eviction of a whole town. The other is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the battle royale game. It’s available alone for $29.99 or in a bundle with a Stadia Premiere Set and Survivor Pass: Cold Front for $39.99. However, if someone has an active Stadia Pro membership, they can claim PUBG for free.
You can see the full Google Stadia Connect for April 28, 2020 below. The Octopath Traveler segment begins at about the four minute and thirty second mark.
Octopath Traveler is immediately available for the Nintendo Switch, PC, and Stadia. As mentioned before, it passed two million copies sold threshold in March 2020.