NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds 19 games, expands Highlights, and reopens Founders memberships

NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds 19 games, expands Highlights, and reopens Founders memberships

Cloud gaming services are becoming more popular and NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW has been at the forefront. Lately, we’ve been talking a lot about the service as it has been adding a lot of new games and is coming to more Android TV devices. Today, NVIDIA is announcing 19 new games along with the expansion of the Highlights feature and reopening of Founders memberships in Europe.

First, let’s talk about games. NVIDIA added a bunch of games to GeForce NOW last month and they continue to be committed to bringing more to the platform each week. 19 games in total are coming to GeForce NOW this week. Satisfactory was already released on Monday and six games are being brought back to the platform after opting-in to streaming.

  1. Satisfactory (released 6/8/20)
  2. Black Squad (returning)
  3. Farm Together (returning)
  4. Minion Masters (returning)
  5. SCUM (returning)
  6. Terminator: Resistance (returning)
  7. XERA: Survival (returning)
  8. Anno 2070 (Uplay)
  9. Cloudpunk
  10. Far Cry 4 (Epic Games Store)
  11. Far Cry 5 (Epic)
  12. Left 4 Dead
  13. Rayman Legends (Epic and Uplay)
  14. Rules Of Survival
  15. South Park: The Stick of Truth (Uplay)
  16. South Park: Fractured But Whole (Uplay)
  17. Tale of Wuxia
  18. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist (Uplay)
  19. Totally Reliable Delivery Service

“Highlights” is a GeForce Experience feature that many developers have implemented into their games. It makes it easy for players to capture and share moments from gameplay. The full list of GeForce NOW games that support Highlights can be found here. The latest update adds smart pattern and image recognition from NVIDIA’s cloud servers. It can now automatically detect and save key moments for you.

When GeForce NOW was made available to everyone in February, it launched with two tiers: Free and Founders. The Founders tier includes longer session lengths, front of the line access, and RTX ON for supported games. New memberships were later paused in Europe, but now sign-ups are back with a limited-time introductory price of £4.99/5,49€ per month for the first 12 months. You can register here.

Developer: NVIDIA
Price: Free

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