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NVIDIA Now Offers 1,300 Games Through GeForce NOW

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GeForce NOW has a huge library of games for you to stream and today has just added its 1,300th game to the list. Making for an incredibly huge collection that players have to choose from when it comes to playing games either on the go, or on lower-powered PCs. All through the cloud.

While the debate might still be out for some on which cloud gaming service has the best value, there’s no denying that having a huge content library is a major bonus. And one that’s not to be taken lightly. Now, to be clear, GeForce NOW won’t release its 1,300th game until tomorrow, Friday May 13. In fact, two of this week’s games are releasing tomorrow while the others are available as of today.

GeForce NOW games library climbs to 1,300 titles with 8 releases this week

With 1,298 titles available on GeForce NOW today and that number climbing to 1,300 tomorrow, you’ve got no shortage of options if you subscribe to the service and you’re looking for something to play.

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There are a total of 8 new games joining the service this week, 6 of which are available today. Those 6 titles include Achilles: Legends Untold, Brigandine The Legend of Runersia, Neptunia x SENRAN KAGURA: Ninja Wars, Songs Of Conquest, Pogostuck: Rage With your Friends, and Yet Another Zombie Defense HD.

As for the last two games, on May 13 GeForce NOW subscribers will see the Cephus Protocol Anthology and Evil Dead: The Game join the list. Worth noting is that Evil Dead: The Game is an Epic Games Store release. So if you want to play it on GeForce NOW, make sure you have an Epic Games Store account and purchase the game there.

As an added bonus, Evil Dead: The Game also supports 4K and 60 frames per second in addition to NVIDIA DLSS. So long as you’re on the RTX 3080 tier.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW is available on a wide variety of devices including Android, iOS, Chrome OS, PC, Mac, and NVIDIA’s own SHIELD TV. It’s even available on newer LG TVs. Basically, you’re pretty much set for compatibility if you ever wanted to try it out.