Nvidia plans to add new games to Geforce Now every week

Nvidia plans to add new games to Geforce Now every week

Nvidia plans to add new games to Geforce Now every week

Starting this Thursday, Nvidia plans to release new games onto its Geforce Now service every week, starting with eight new titles which include Remedy’s Control. 

Control will offer PC gamers RTX support on Geforce Now, allowing PC users to see one of the best implementations of DXR raytracing and DLSS to date. Another title to be added to the service is World War Z, which is great news for Geforce Now users, as the game is currently available for free on the Epic Games Store. 

Every Thursday, Nvidia plans to add new games to its Geforce Now Service, reaffirming its commitments to deliver support for a broader selection of PC games on its online game service. 

Geforce Now’s latest releases are as follows; 

— Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead
— Control
— Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
— Dungeons 3
— The Guild 3
— Headsnatchers
— IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad
— Jagged Alliance 2 – Wildfire

 

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