NVIDIA Adds Assassin's Creed Brotherhood & More To GeForce NOW

GeForce NOW Platforms

This week NVIDIA added another new crop of games to GeForce NOW, including Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood.

Technically, this game was added last week too. But last week’s addition was for the Steam version of the game. This week gamers who have the title through Ubisoft’s own Uplay launcher can stream it too.

Alongside the Uplay version of Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, GeForce NOW also gains access to games like Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Saints Row 2, and THE KING OF FIGHTERS XIII.


One of GeForce NOW’s existing games, Control, has also gained support for DLSS 2.0 this week.

Expect more Uplay Assassin’s Creed games besides Brotherhood on GeForce NOW

Brotherhood may be the latest Assassin’s Creed game to hit the platform through Uplay. More are undoubtedly on the way though.

Ubisoft is a big supporter of GeForce NOW (just as it is with Stadia) and it likely wants people to have as much access as possible to its library of games. Some may own their Ubisoft titles through Steam.


Others may have picked them up through Uplay on a special deal. By adding both the Uplay and Steam versions of these games, NVIDIA is helping to ensure that no gamer is left out when it comes to playing some of these titles.

Ubisoft games aside, there’s more this week to love that’s worth checking out. If you like RPG titles, then you’ll be happy to know that Battle Chasers: Nightwar is now available through the platform too.

This week included 21 more games total

Including all of the titles listed above, there are a total of 21 new games on GeForce NOW this week.


Two of them are even actual new releases. Both SnowRunner and Moving Out were launched back on Tuesday, April 28. SnowRunner is basically exactly like it sounds.

Your job is to drive “powerful vehicles” (some of them are big rigs and some are merely your standard heavy duty pickup trucks) and essentially transport stuff across snow-covered, icy, and otherwise more dangerous terrain.

Moving Out meanwhile is a game about just what the title says. Moving out of a home and in the process, trying to trash things as much as you can.


This week also adds Dead Island: Definitive Edition, Drug Dealer Simulator, Earth 2160, Fire Pro Wrestling World, Medieval Engineers, Might and Magic Heroes VII – Trial By Fire, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky and S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl, Sanctum 2, SpellForce Platinum Edition, Steel Division: Normandy 44, The Council – Episode 1, Trainz: A New Era, and YLands.