NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW streaming subscription service was recently updated with new pricing tiers and lots of additional games.
GeForce NOW is a streaming service that lets subscribers access and play their PC libraries on a wide selection of devices. This includes phones, tablets and select browsers, as well as PC, Mac and Android TV.
The advantage is that you don’t have to invest in a top-of-the-range PC to play some of the more demanding games.
UK fans can subscribe to the Priority membership for £8.99 a month or £89.99 a year.
The paid membership includes priority access to game servers, as well as extended play sessions and RTX support, which means ray-traced visuals and upscaling.
Adaptive Vsync is also inbound, which will result in smoother frame-rates that rarely dip below 60Hz.
There’s also a free membership option, which caps play sessions at one-hour. However, you can log back in and carry on playing after the time expires.
To celebrate the expanded service, NVIDIA has added a big batch of new games that can be streamed via the GeForce NOW platform.
The latest GeForce NOW games in full…
• Spacebase Startopia (day-and-date release on Steam and Epic Games Store, March 26)
• Overcooked! All you can Eat! (day-and-date release on Steam, March 23)
• Paradise Lost (day-and-date release on Steam, March 24)
• Door Kickers (Steam)
• Evoland Legendary Edition (Steam)
• Iron Conflict (Steam)
• Railroad Corporation (Steam)
• Sword and Fairy 7 Trial (Steam)
• Thief Gold (Steam)
• Trackmania United Forever (Steam)
• Worms Reloaded (Steam)
• Wrench (Steam)
Finally, there’s some unexpected news for Xbox owners, as GeForce NOW begins to make its way to the system… sort of.
As reported by VGC, Xbox insiders are currently able to access the Microsoft Edge web browser on Xbox consoles.
Interestingly, this means GeForce NOW subscribers will be able to use the service on the Xbox platform.
As VGC points out, the GeForce NOW library includes former PlayStation exclusive games like Death Stranding, as well as ray-traced versions of Cyberpunk 2077.
That’s on top of high-profile PC games like the Half Life remake Black Mesa, the excellent Loop Hero, sword-combat multiplayer game Mordhau and strategy title Factorio.