23 New GeForce NOW Games Coming in April
NVIDIA has recently made several announcements regarding their GeForce NOW game streaming service. One of the most significant announcements was the addition of 23 new games to the service, on top of the 11 new games that were already released this week. This brings the total number of games available on GeForce NOW to over 1,000, making it one of the most extensive game streaming services available.
In addition to the new games, NVIDIA has also announced a new reward for GeForce NOW Premium members. The reward is for Marvel’s Midnight Suns, a highly anticipated game that is set to release later this year. The reward is an excellent incentive for gamers who are already subscribed to GeForce NOW or who are considering subscribing to the service.
NVIDIA is also updating its GeForce NOW service on SHIELD TV for a more consistent experience across Android and TV devices. The latest update, version 6.0, is currently being rolled out to SHIELD TV systems. This update is expected to improve the overall performance of the service, making it even more enjoyable for users.
Furthermore, NVIDIA has also confirmed that they are currently working on bringing the initial batch of Xbox first-party games and features to GeForce NOW. This is a result of a partnership between NVIDIA and Microsoft, which was announced last month. The partnership aims to provide PC gamers with more choices and enable them to play their favorite games anywhere.
According to NVIDIA, the teams at both companies are collaborating to deliver a best-in-class cloud gaming experience that PC gamers have come to expect. The goal is to provide a seamless experience across any device, whether playing locally or in the cloud. The companies are making progress, and in future GFN Thursdays updates, they plan to provide an update on the onboarding of individual titles from Microsoft’s extensive catalog of first-party PC games. Users are encouraged to stay tuned to GFN Thursday updates for the latest news.
Overall, NVIDIA’s recent announcements regarding their GeForce NOW game streaming service are exciting news for gamers who enjoy playing games on their PC or TV. The addition of new games and the promise of more Xbox first-party games being added to the service in the future should make GeForce NOW an even more appealing option for gamers looking to stream their favorite titles.
11 new games joining the cloud this week:
– 9 Years of Shadows (New release on Steam)
– Terra Nil (New release on Steam, March 28)
– Gripper (New release on Steam, March 29)
– Smalland: Survive the Wilds (New release on Steam, March 29)
– DREDGE (New release on Steam, March 30)
– Ravenbound (New release on Steam, March 30)
– The Great War: Western Front (New release on Steam, March 30)
– Troublemaker (New release on Steam, March 31)
– Have a Nice Death (Steam)
– Tower of Fantasy (Steam)
– Tunche (Free on Epic Games Store)
GeForce NOW Games April 2023
– Meet Your Maker (New release on Steam, April 4)
– Road 96: Mile 0 (New release on Steam, April 4)
– TerraScape (New release on Steam, April 5)
– Curse of the Sea Rats (New release on Steam, April 6)
– Ravenswatch (New release on Steam, April 6)
– Supplice (New release on Steam, April 6)
– DE-EXIT – Eternal Matters (New release on Steam, April 14)
– Survival: Fountain of Youth (New release on Steam, April 19)
– Tin Hearts (New release on Steam, April 20)
– Dead Island 2 (New Release on Epic Games Store, April 21)
– Afterimage (New release on Steam, April 25)
– Roots of Pacha (New release on Steam, April 25)
– Bramble: The Mountain King (New release on Steam, April 27)
– 11-11 Memories Retold (Steam)
– canVERSE (Steam)
– Teardown (Steam)
– Get Even (Steam)
– Little Nightmares (Steam)
– Little Nightmares II (Steam)
– The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan (Steam)
– The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope (Steam)
– The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes (Steam)
– The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me (Steam)
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