The theme of this week’s GeForce NOW Thursday is the release of interesting new features. This time around, the company has added instant-play game demos for users to try out. This service allows members to play selected demos in the new “Instant Play Free Demos” row with a single click. Of course, because the functionality is still in its early stages, just a few titles will participate.
Naturally, several new games have been added to this week’s GFN Thursday. This week, a total of six titles will be added to the service. The following titles have been added to GeForce NOW:
- Die After Sunset (Steam)
- ELDERBORN (Steam)
- Northgard (Epic Games Store)
- Offworld Trading Company (Steam)
- Spirit Of The Island (Steam)
- TUNIC (Epic Games Store)
Before we get into detail about the Instant-Play demonstrations that will be available on GeForce NOW. NVIDIA has confirmed that Star Control: Origins, the game that was announced last week as part of the service, is now available to gamers. As a result, players who have been waiting for this game can now play it from the convenience of their mobile devices or smart TVs.
GeForce NOW gets Instant Play Demos feature
Now that the games added this week are out of the way, we can move on to the most recent feature to be added to NVIDIA’s service. Members can now test out some of the service’s most popular games before purchasing the full PC version. Yes, this means you can now test out games on NVIDIA GeForce NOW before buying them from participating retailers.
All of the games that can be tested out before purchasing will be listed in an “Instant Play Free Demos” section. The demos are available right now on GeForce NOW, allowing subscribers to try them out right now. The following is a list of the initial wave of game demos that will be available on the service:
- Diplomacy Is Not an Option
- The RiftBreaker Prologue
Those titles will be available for GeForce NOW users to try out. Users with the RTX membership can, of course, try out features like RTX in Ghostrunner and DLSS in Chorus. In addition, NVIDIA has said that several finalists from the Epic MegaJam 2021 will be transferred directly to the cloud from Unreal Engine.
NVIDIA GeForce NOW is currently available on mobile, PC, and NVIDIA SHIELD devices.