GeForce NOW Expands Library with 17 New Games Including Major Releases

GeForce NOW Expands Library with 17 New Games Including Major Releases

GeForce NOW, Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, has added 17 new games to its library this week. The additions include several highly-anticipated titles across multiple genres and platforms.

The headline release is The Day Before, an open-world MMO set in a post-apocalyptic America overrun by the infected and other players. Developed by Fantastic, The Day Before promises intense survival gameplay with Base building, quests, detailed environments powered by Unreal Engine 5 technology and Nvidia RTX ray tracing support.

For Avatar fans, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora also launches this week. As an action-adventure game published by Ubisoft in partnership with Disney, Frontiers of Pandora explores the Western Frontier area of Pandora with new creatures and enemies to encounter. Players can customize a Na’vi character, master aviation on a Banshee and use aerial combat to fight the Resources Development Administration (RDA) corporation threatening Pandora.

Reaching a milestone for Xbox Game Pass on PC, Ori and the Will of the Wisps comes to GeForce NOW and becomes the 100th Game Pass title available for cloud streaming. The award-winning metroidvania game continues the emotional story of Ori the spirit guardian on a quest to heal Niwen, a wondrous but corrupted land. With its vibrant art style, fluid platforming challenges and evocative score by composer Gareth Coker, Ori and the Will of the Wisps offers a standout adventure.

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Other notable additions span beloved franchises like Warhammer 40,000, Goat Simulator, Fortnite and LEGO. Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader immerses players in the grim darkness of the far future as a Rogue Trader clan, while Goat Simulator 3 brings its signature chaos and ragdoll physics to Game Pass. For battle royale and building fans, both LEGO Fortnite and Fortnite Festival offer new ways to enjoy Epic Games’ juggernaut IP.

The full list has something for all tastes and includes these 17 games:

  1. World War Z: Aftermath (New release on Xbox, available on PC Game Pass, Dec. 5)
  2. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora (New release on Ubisoft, Dec. 7)
  3. Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader (New release on Steam, Dec. 7)
  4. The Day Before (New release on Steam, Dec. 7)
  5. Goat Simulator 3 (New release on Xbox, available on PC Game Pass, Dec. 7)
  6. LEGO Fortnite (New release on Epic Games Store, Dec. 7)
  7. Against the Storm (New release on Xbox, available on PC Game Pass, Dec. 8)
  8. Rocket Racing (New release on Epic Games Store, Dec. 8)
  9. Fortnite Festival (New release on Epic Games Store, Dec. 9)
  10. Agatha Christie – Murder on the Orient Express (Steam)
  11. BEAST (Steam)
  12. Dungeons 4  (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  13. Farming Simulator 22 (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  14. Hollow Knight (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  15. Ori and the Will of the Wisps (Steam, Xbox and available on PC Game Pass)
  16. Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (Steam)
  17. Spirittea (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)

With over 500 games now optimized for Nvidia RTX ray tracing technology, GeForce NOW continues to expand its library across genres, platforms and performance capabilities. The additions this week reinforce its strengths in MMOs, competitive online games, indie adventures and AAA blockbusters.

By harnessing cloud streaming technology and Nvidia data centers, GeForce NOW gives players access to gaming PCs in the cloud. Members can stream games on underpowered hardware, incompatible operating systems and mobile devices while still enjoying high resolution, high framerate gameplay with ray tracing effects.

As part of its weekly GFN Thursday updates, Nvidia promises continued growth for GeForce NOW and its supported games. The company is also working with Xbox developer 343 Industries to bring Halo Infinite to the service soon after resolving earlier technical hurdles.

With major releases slated for 2023 like Starfield, Resident Evil 4 and Assassin’s Creed Mirage, the future looks bright for cloud gaming. GeForce NOW aims to be at the forefront, allowing more players to access more games through the convenience of streaming. This week’s additions cater to diverse interests but also provide just a hint of what’s to come.

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