NVIDIA today announced its latest selection of Game Ready On GeForce NOW titles. Thursday’s weekly update includes a number of games newly supported by NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW cloud gaming service.
Here you are:
- Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break (new game launch on Steam)
- Rogue Company (new game launch in Epic Games Store)
- Tacoma (Epic Games Store)
- FTL: Faster than Light (Epic Games Store)
- Steep (Epic Games Store & Uplay)
- SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE
- Subnautica: Below Zero (Epic Games Store)
- Commander in Chief 2
- The wind road
NVIDIA warns that it may take some time for the new titles to spread across its network of GeForce NOW servers and be playable by any subscriber.
NVIDIA also announced that NVIDIA Highlights will support Valve’s popular free MOBA Dota 2. With NVIDIA Highlights, players can automatically capture their favorite game moments thanks to what NVIDIA calls “intelligent pattern and image recognition technology in the cloud”.
Adding Dota 2 expands the list of NVIDIA Highlights-enabled and GeForce NOW-supported titles that now include up to 23 games, including Apex Legends, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Destiny 2, Fortnite, Hitman 2, League of Legends, Rocket League and Kingdom Come: Deliverance. The full list can be found here.
The GPU giant has steadily expanded the list of games supported by GeForce NOW. Last month alone, NVIDIA added 50 games to the cloud gaming platform, including several Square Enix titles – Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and more – that mark the publisher’s return to the platform. In July, NVIDIA introduced death stranding and support for Ubisoft’s newly launched Battle Royale Hyper Scape, as well as support for a new feature called Freestyle.
“We’re rolling NVIDIA Freestyle – game filters that let you apply post-processing filters to your games as you play – next week on more GeForce NOW members. The feature changes the look and feel of your game by changing color or saturation, or dramatically Post-processing filters like HDR, Freestyle is integrated at the driver level to ensure seamless compatibility with supported games. ”
NVIDIA plans to add more features in the near future, notably NVIDIA Ansel – a photo mode that allows users to take professional, high-definition, 360-degree, HDR, and stereo images during playback. NVIDIA is also working to expand GeForce NOW to other platforms, with Chromebook support coming to the fore in the coming weeks.
For GeForce NOW users, however, this is not all good news. As of July 31, the service will no longer support the Dark Souls trilogy (Dark Souls: Remastered, Dark Souls II, Dark Souls II: Scholar of First Sin, Dark Souls III), Tekken 7, Soulcalibur VI, and Ace Combat 7: Heaven unknown. As NVIDIA notes, the games leave the service at the publisher’s request.