Game Streaming: Nvidia GeForce Now supports more games

Game Streaming: Nvidia GeForce Now supports more games

Ubisoft fully supports NVIDIA's GeForce NOW with complete access to our PC games
Game Streaming Nvidia GeForce

After the cloud gaming service had recently lost well-known studios, it is now with eleven new games with Geforce Now slowly go up again. The developers of Activision Blizzard, Bethesda and 2K Games as well as Microsoft, Codemasters and Warner Bros. Entertainment turned their backs on Nvidia early on.

New reality for Geforce Now

However, players are looking for big names among the eleven new titles for the cloud gaming service in vain. This is the new reality for Geforce Now and although players, unlike Google Stadia (Hands-On), only bring their games from their library on other platforms like Steam or Epic Games to Geforce Now, if the appropriate developer studio gives its consent.

Here is the complete portfolio of eleven new games for Nvidia Geforce Now:

  • Dead Age 2 (Steam)
  • Blightbound (Steam)
  • Far Cry 3 (Epic Games Store)
  • For The King (Epic Games Store)
  • Hellpoint (Steam and Epic Games Store)
  • Magic the Gathering: Arena (Epic Games Store)
  • South Park: The Stick of Truth (Epic Games Store)
  • Life is Strange - Before the Storm (Steam)
  • This War of Mine (Epic Games Store)
  • Stationeers (Steam)
  • Warface (Steam)

With the Geforce Now app, games or entire libraries can now be transferred to the streaming service faster via Settings > Synchronize Games".

In addition, the tactical shooter Rainbow Six Siege (Benchmarks) now receives support for recording game scenes via Nvidia Highlights via Nvidia Shadowplay.

However, Game Streaming: Nvidia GeForce cannot plan with numerous well-known studios for the time being.

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