Week after week, GeForce NOW has added several titles to its service, allowing players to turn underpowered devices into high-end gaming rigs that can run games with multiple improvements. Now, the service's latest additions have managed to help the service break a new milestone. Now the service boasts having more than 1,400 games available to stream from the Cloud.
Before we discuss this, let's talk about the latest additions to GeForce NOW. The games added this week are as follows:
- Gloomwood (New release on Steam)
- TRAIL OUT (New release on Steam)
- Shatterline (New release on Steam, Sept 8)
- Steelrising (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store, Sept. 8)
- Broken Pieces (New release on Steam, Sept. 9)
- Realm Royale Reforged (Epic Games Store)
GeForce NOW is now offering more than 1,400 games to stream instantly, allowing users to always have something new to play. A lot of these games include access to great features such as 4K resolution, ultra-low latency, and even 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound support. Users can pretty much enjoy the power of high-fidelity graphics without the need for a massively powerful PC.
Additionally, the service also has support for mobile devices with specialized controls for games like Fortnite and Genshin Impact. In addition, users who don't have many games on their Steam/Epic libraries can also play through one of the 100+ free-to-play titles like League of Legends and Rumbleverse.
The service is also available on Smart TVs from manufacturers such as Samsung and LG. Speaking of these versions, Samsung has integrated a “Featured on GeForce NOW” row in the Samsung Gaming Hub, which offers a list that's curated and updated regularly to showcase new, popular, and recently released games.
Meanwhile, LG updated its UI with a home-screen Gaming Shelf which brings GeForce NOW titles right onto the home screen, adding a new layer of game discoverability for members streaming to supported 2022 and 2021 LG TVs. NVIDIA GeForce NOW is currently available on PC, Mac, Android, iOS, SHIELD TV, and select Smart TV devices.