NVIDIA launched its cloud gaming service back in 2019 which really gave gamers a huge hope but with time, gaming giants like Bethesda, Activision Blizzard and 2K Games have walked away from the platform.
Now the graphics giant announced that it will compensate for this by adding new titles on a regular basis. So, NVIDIA plans to increase their game library by adding new games every Thursday.
This has started with the debut of Control (with RTX ON for paid Founder’s Membership subscribers) via this GeForce NOW. It is joined by games including Jagged Alliance 2 – Wildfire, The Guild 3, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Dungeons 3 and Headsnatchers.
Epic Games has been one of the key partners of NVIDIA and it’s CEO, Tim Sweeney, has described NVIDIA’s service as “the most developer-friendly and publisher-friendly” among streaming platforms. This is quite obvious because Fortnite emerges to be the most played game on GeForce NOW.
Players can also enjoy the Free-to-Play Weekend taking place now through March 30. Overall this step will again give gamers the enthusiasm to step into the GeForce NOW which still is a great option for cloud gaming service with great optimisations and game-ready drivers.
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