This time on GeForce NOW updates there isn’t any noteworthy news, except for the addition of ten new titles for the week. The addition of Ubisoft’s Roller Champions, which just launched its first season, is one of the collection’s outliers.
The King of Fighters XIV is a game that has piqued Everybody’s interest. GeForce NOW is a cloud service that offers an ultra-low latency gaming experience on par with today’s platforms and, as a result, the question of whether or not this fighting game would operate well with the service when playing a game like KOF XIV, which has near-frame-perfect input windows, arises. I hope that it will be a worthwhile experience.
Roller Champions is a new live service from Ubisoft in which players fight to be the first team to reach five points by throwing the ball into the goal. Full cross-play is available through Ubisoft’s self-titled Ubisoft Connect service, which allows players on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC to join lobbies together.
This game will be available on all supported devices through GeForce NOW. This means that gamers will be able to play the game on their mobile phones or Mac computers. Meanwhile, RTX 3080 members will be able to play the game for up to eight hours at 4K resolutions and 60 frames per second on PC and Mac.
Below is the list of all the games which are now available on GeForce NOW
- Crossfire: Legion (New release on Steam)
- My Time at Sandrock (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Out There: Oceans of Time (New release on Steam)
- Raji: An Ancient Epic (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Roller Champions (New release on Ubisoft Connect)
- Soda Crisis (New release on Steam)
- Dinosaur Fossil Hunter (Epic Games Store)
- The King of Fighters XV (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- The Planet Crafter (Steam)
- The Political Machine 2020 (Steam)
Currently, GeForce NOW is accessible on iOS, Android, PC, SHIELD, and a few Smart TVs.