GeForce NOW Gets Two Indie Favorites From The Mount & Blade Series


It's Thursday which means there are new games that have come to GeForce NOW, and two of them are from the Mount & Blade series.

The first is the recently released Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, and the second one is Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword. Both are now available to stream via GeForce NOW. Keep in mind that since this is GeForce NOW you will already need to own the game on PC.

With these two new indie titles joining the GeForce NOW library, players can expect more games next week. NVIDIA confirmed that it would be doing a weekly announcement about Game Ready titles for the service. Which will be announced on Thursdays.


Play Mount & Blade II on GeForce NOW for 10-percent off

Whether this would be your first adventure into the wonders of the series or not, you can pick up Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord for 10-percent off right now.

The discount is available via Steam, which is accessible via GeForce NOW. It normally costs $60, but it can be yours for $45 for the time being. That sale will only last until April 13 though so if you're interested, you should take advantage while you can.

In addition to the 10-percent discount on Mount & Blade II, Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword is only $9.99. So you could have both for less than the full retail price of Mount & Blade II as long as you grab them both before the sale is over.


That's only a couple of weeks away. Which means you don't exactly have to rush but you shouldn't take your sweet time.

There were ten new games added this week

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord was perhaps the newest game added to the service. But there were nine other games added to GeForce NOW this week. Making for a total of ten new offerings.

Those other titles include Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, Dwarrows, Jack Orlando: Director's Cut, Knights and Merchants, Postal 2, Speed Runners, The Cycle, Tropico 5, and the above mentioned Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword.


NVIDIA won't necessarily release ten new games every week. It does aim to release something every week though. As the cloud-based game streaming industry continues to grow, weekly releases is only going to help GeForce NOW stand out from the pack. Even if not all the titles it brings onboard are newer offerings.

The company also wants to ensure that indie games get the recognition they deserve. So from today users will be able to open the GeForce NOW app and search for cool new indie titles via the new Indie Spotlight row.