If you're a GeForce Now subscriber you'll be interested in this week's new additions to the service, which include not only titles from Ubisoft such as Hyper Scape, but also Kojima's latest and greatest, Death Stranding.
Several new games have been added to the NVIDIA GeForce Now streaming service. Additions include Desperados III, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord and SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated.
NVIDIA is back with another weekly update to its GeForce Now catalog and this week there are some great titles joining. Disco Elysium, Farming Simulator 19 and Just Cause 4 Reloaded are but three of the top titles you'll be able to play on the service starting today.
NVIDIA's GeForce Now cloud gaming service has endured some rough times but things have turned around and it continues to go from strength to strength. This week's update to the catalog sees the glorious return of Square Enix, with Tomb Raider, Just Cause and Deus Ex in tow among the many new titles joining.
NVIDIA has announced probably the biggest week of updates to its GeForce Now catalog since launch, with the addition of new titles like Maneater, the return of The Long Dark and the arrival of eight big hitters from Ubisoft.
NVIDIA GeForce Now is a cloud gaming service that just got a number of amazing titles. You can now play Aven Colony, Goat Simulator, and more on underpowered PCs or Android phones. If you have an NVIDIA Shield TV, you can use that too!
NVIDIA continues to bolster its GeForce Now catalog with a further 19 new games being added to its ranks this week. The latest headline act is Population Zero, a new title that launched earlier this week on Steam and has generated a bit of buzz.
Exciting times NVIDIA expected to make 'exciting' GPU announcement online May 14 NVIDIA announced a keynote next month with news on AI, high performance computing, graphics, and more. The keynote should include the "exciting products and news" that NVIDIA discussed when canceling its announcements at GDC.
RTX Voice is a new feature on NVIDIA GPUs that eliminates background noise. Whether you're streaming on Twitch or attending a video meeting on Zoom, RTX Voice is designed to cut down on ambient noise from your surroundings. And the best part is that the feature is available on older GeForce GTX cards as well. Here's how you can get started with RTX Voice.
NVIDIA has provided a blog post, updating users of what to expect soon. More publishers are pulling out of the service, such as Xbox Game Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, while Ubisoft remains committed.