Nvidia has just announced the eight games it will be adding to its GeForce Now cloud streaming service over the course of January.
Check out games releasing this week below and scroll further to check titles releasing later in January:
Releasing this week
- Battlefield 4: Premium Edition (Steam and Origin)
- Battlefield V: Definitive Edition (Steam and Origin)
Releasing later in January
- The Anacrusis (New release on Steam, Jan. 13)
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction (New release on Ubisoft Connect, Jan. 20)
- Mortal Online 2 (Early access on Steam)
- Ready or Not (Early access on Steam)
- Fly Corp (Steam)
- Garfield Kart – Furious Racing (Steam)
Find titles added to GeForce Now in December here.
Additionally, a bunch of other titles that weren’t mentioned in previous lists by Nvidia made their way to the cloud streaming platform in December. Check them out below:
- Anno 1404 History Edition (Ubisoft Connect)
- The Crackpet Show (Steam)
- Inscryption (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Moving Out (Epic Games Store)
- NARAKA: BLADEPOINT (Epic Games Store)
- One Hand Clapping (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Prison Architect (Epic Games Store)
- Salt and Sanctuary (Epic Games Store)
- Second Extinction (Epic Games Store)
Nvidia’s cloud gaming service offers two membership options. The first is the free route that will give you standard access to the platform with a one-hour gaming limit per session. Once the hour passes, you can queue again to get another hour of free gaming in, although you may have to wait a while.
Nvidia also offers a paid membership option that gives you priority access to gaming servers without any session length limit. This subscription will cost you $12.99/month or $129.99/year.Nvidia’s free Crysis Remastered promotion is still active for new subscribers to Nvidia’s GeForce Now RTX 3080 tier or the six-month priority tier.
Learn more about Nvidia GeForce and its subscription options here.
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