NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds 12 games including Trackmania, Mount & Blade II, and SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom
NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW game-streaming service enjoys its share in the now-crowded game streaming market on the fact that it was one of the first to appear for end consumers. The service started beta testing for Android last year and opened up for everyone in February. NVIDIA had pledged to announce new games for GeForce NOW every week, and over the past weeks, it has kept to that promise. This week, NVIDIA is giving GeForce NOW 12 new additions, including titles like Trackmania, Mount & Blade II, and SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated, alongside one returning title. Further, GeForce NOW is also gaining support for NVIDIA Freestyle game filters.
These are the thirteen titles that have made their way to NVIDIA GeForce NOW this week:
- Lethal League
- Lost Castle
- Serial Cleaner
- Epic Games Store
- Conan Exiles
- Desperados III
- Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
- Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
- SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated
- Returning to GeForce NOW: The Isle
Of these, Trackmania is a new game launch for the Epic Games Store, coming out just a day ago.
Further, NVIDIA is also rolling out the Freestyle feature that lets you apply post-processing filters on your games while you play. This lets you change the look and mood of the game with tweaks to color and saturation, or you can go dramatic with filters like HDR. NVIDIA claims that Freestyle is integrated at the driver level, so there is seamless compatibility with supported games. To access Freestyle on PC and macOS apps, members can use the in-game overlay (Ctrl/Cmd + G).
Here are all the previous title additions to NVIDIA GeForce NOW:
- March 26, 2020
- April 24, 2020
- May 1, 2020
- May 7, 2020
- May 14, 2020
- May 21, 2020
- May 28, 2020
- June 11, 2020
- June 18, 2020
- June 25, 2020
NVIDIA GeForce NOW incorporates technology that utilizes AI and RTX GPUs to enable “the next generation of performance and visuals”. It’s NVIDIA’s improved deep learning neural network that “boosts frame rates while generating beautiful, sharp images for games”. Since the base technology is game streaming, games begin playing instantly when you fire them up. They also include an experience that has been optimized for cloud gaming and includes Game Ready Driver performance improvements, managed directly by NVIDIA.