What you need to know
- The first GFN Thursday of February outlines 30 games being added to the service throughout the month.
- There could also be others added at short notice.
- Key titles include South Park, Apex Legends Season 8 and the forthcoming Outriders Demo.
The first Thursday of February heralds the first GFN Thursday of the month from NVIDIA and in line with the company's new plans to keep its players up to date, it has outlined a whopping 30 games which will be added to the service during the month.
13 of those are launching today, including Season 8 of Apex Legends, Warhammer 40,000 Gladius and Valheim, with the rest to arrive in subsquent weeks. Some of the bigger titles joining the mix are Ubisoft's duo of South Park games as well as the forthcoming demo for Outriders.
To summarize, here are all the games coming in February, with those in bold arriving today.
- Apex Legends Season 8 (Origin and Steam)
- Blue Fire (Steam)
- Code2040 (Steam)
- Curious Expedition 2 (Steam)
- Magicka 2 (Steam)
- Might & Magic Heroes V: Tribes of East (Steam)
- Mini Ninjas (Steam)
- Order of Battle: World War II (Steam)
- Path of Wuxia (English language release on Steam)
- Secret World Legends (Steam)
- Valheim (Steam)
- Warhammer 40,000 Gladius Relics of War (Epic Games Store)
- Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood (Epic Games Store)
- Art of Rally
- Darkest Hour: A Hearts of Iron Game
- Day of Infamy
- Farm Manager 2018
- Farmer's Dynasty
- Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
- Lumberjack's Dynasty
- Observer: System Redux
- Outriders demo
- Project Highrise
- Rise of Industry
- Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2
- South Park: The Fractured But Whole
- South Park: The Stick of Truth
- The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III
- Thea 2: The Shattering
In addition, this month marks the first anniversary of GeForce Now (opens in new tab) and looking back on the past 12 months, NVIDIA has some interesting stats to show how popular the service has been.
The Cyberpunk 2077 stat is particularly interesting given the problems the game has faced and how much horsepower your PC needs to show it off at its best. Cloud streaming is certainly proving to be one of the better ways to play the game.
This all comes alongside recent official support for the Chrome browser on PC and Mac, opening up even more ways to play your own PC games on other devices.
GeForce Now is free to try, with the Founders subscription opening up unrestricted, priority access to the servers.
GeForce Now (opens in new tab)
NVIDIA's cloud game streaming service is one of the best available today, delivering lag-free gaming at 1080p/60fps. The fact that you can access NVIDIA's servers for free makes it an easy sell, and the $4.99 plan makes it an immediately enticing option for seasoned gamers.
Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
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