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More Games Added to the GeForce Now

GeForce Now expands its content day by day. Firstly, GeForce NOW now has 11 new games. In addition, 1 game is back. NVIDIA maintains its promise to add more games to the system given to its members every week. In short, NVIDIA released the “Game Ready in GeForce NOW” update, which it regularly shares every Thursday.

11 more games added to the GeForce Now system

More Games Added to the GeForce Now

NVIDIA continues to keep its promise to add more games to the system it gives to its members every week. The graphics card firm released its “Game Ready in GeForce NOW” update, which it regularly shares every Thursday. The possibility of playing the favorite games instantly via the gaming system always means being “Game Ready in GeForce NOW”. NVIDIA optimizes the gaming experience for cloud gaming by managing all game updates and patches and enhances Game Ready Driver with performance improvements. In addition, if the game supports RTX, it is possible to play the game with amazing ray-traced graphics. As a result, this gaming system expands its content day by day. Finally, if you want, you can check the list below.

New Games Added to Gaming System List

New games added to GeForce NOW system:

  • Death Stranding (Steam & Epic release date – July 14)
  • Hyper Scape Open Beta (Uplay release date – July 12)
  • Enter the Gungeon (Epic Game Store)
  • Far Cry Primal (Epic)
  • Metin2
  • Surviving Mars (Epic)
  • Totally Accurate Battle Simulator (Epic)
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint (Epic)
  • TrackMania 2 Stadium (Uplay)
  • Unfortunate spaceman

Games returning to GeForce NOW:

  • Albion Online (via Albion launcher)

In addition, when Epic Vault releases its amazing free games every week, NVIDIA will be on the job to bring those games to gaming system as soon as possible. Players will be waiting new games also every Thursday. Let’s see what popular games will GeForce NOW technology host?

Murat Oktay

Video games have been my passion for as long as I can remember. I have been writing and managing in the game industry for more than 30 years. I've been playing Diablo 2 nonstop since it first came out.

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