Like every Thursday, Nvidia announced the addition of new titles to the catalog of GeForce Now, its subscription cloud gaming service. In total there are seven new releases, among which Tunic and Syberia: The World Before stand out. However, there is also something else interesting. Let’s read the full list:
- Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 5 (New Launch on Steam)
- Tunic (new launch on Steam)
- Syberia: The World Before (new launch on Steam and Epic Games Store, March 18)
- Blood West (Steam)
- Dread Hunger (Steam)
- Hero’s Hour (Steam)
- Hundred Days – Winemaking Simulator (Steam ed Epic Games Store)
Nvidia also reminds us that GeForce Now is a great way to become a PC gamer, without having to buy a gaming PC:
“It’s not just about luck: it’s the power of NVIDIA GeForce GPUs in the cloud that allows tons of gamers to become PC gamers by experiencing PC games of incredible quality, on almost any device – even Mac or mobile devices.
Members can play more than 1,000 PC titles they purchase from digital game stores such as Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, Origin, and GOG.com. Members also have access to a whole universe of PC exclusives, titles not available on other platforms.
Members with the RTX 3080 subscription – now available with the 1 month option – can experience the next generation of cloud gaming, with game streaming on PC and Mac at up to 1440 pixels and 120 frames per second. And with NVIDIA DLSS and RTX ON support, your favorite titles are rendered in stunning, cinematic quality.“