GFN Thursday is a weekly gaming party, and a party’s always better with friends. With more than 400 multiplayer PC games streaming on GeForce NOW, there’s nothing stopping gamers from joining friends in the action.
Take a look at why gaming with a group has never been easier, thanks to the cloud, and the 3 multiplayer games joining the library this week, part of 10 in total.
So Happy Together
Playing on GeForce NOW means playing the real PC versions of games from Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect and GOG.COM. Low-powered rigs no longer can keep you from joining and leading your team to glory.
Members partying up in the cloud — in games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (Steam), Among Us (Steam and Epic Games Store) or League of Legends (Native Launcher) — aren’t just playing with GeForce NOW members. They’re grouping with or against millions of PC gamers across the world. Whether using a low-end PC, Mac, Chromebook, SHIELD TV, Android or iOS device, members tap into the broad PC gaming community. More cooperation. More competition.
The PC gaming community is vast. GeForce NOW lets members engage with their Steam friends lists, invite friends and join games seamlessly. Discord presence is also integrated, so your server knows what you’re playing and can invite you to chat.
LFG: Looking for Games
With more than 400 multiplayer games available on GeForce NOW, the options are almost endless.
Looking for fierce competition? Free-to-play titles like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Apex Legends, World of Tanks and more have action to spare, with almost no downtime. Team play is crucial in Dota 2, Team Fortress 2, League of Legends and other buddy-based battlers.
Ready to help out instead? Group up in Destiny 2’s Strikes and Raids, or build a town together in Valheim. Sword of Legends Online, the new action MMORPG joining GeForce NOW this week, mixes PvE (player vs. environment) and PVP (player vs. player) together with sophisticated combat mechanics in a world inspired by Chinese mythology.
And when it’s time to find a new game, members can simply search in-app for “multiplayer” to find their next challenge.
No Risk, All Reward
GeForce NOW gets you more than legendary GeForce gaming from the cloud — membership also grants special access to rewards.
The GeForce NOW Rewards program has given members special in-game skins and items, trial offers for services like Discord Nitro, and even special access to closed betas like Amplitude Studios’ upcoming HUMANKIND. It’s yet another perk of streaming your games from the cloud.
Getting rewards is easy: log in to the GeForce NOW account portal and check the box for Rewards. Members should also ensure they’re opted in to receive newsletters for regular updates, too. There are some great rewards coming in the future, so don’t miss out.
More, More, More
Speaking of more gaming, this week brings a new batch of titles streaming from the cloud. Members can look for the following later today:
- Ys IX: Monstrum Nox (day-and-date release on Steam and Epic Games Store, July 6)
- Black Skylands (day-and-date release on Steam, July 9)
- Swords of Legends Online (day-and-date release on Steam and Epic Games Store, July 9)
- Call to Arms – Gates of Hell: Ostfront (Steam)
- Crowfall (Native Launcher)
- GRAVEN (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Ironcast (Epic Games Store)
- Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden (Epic Games Store)
- Rayman: Raving Rabbids (Steam and Ubisoft Connect)
- Wushu Chronicles (Steam)
What games will you be squading up on this weekend? Let us know in the comments and tag your team on Twitter.