This GFN Thursday marks a milestone: With the addition of six new titles this week, more than 1,400 games are now available to stream from the GeForce NOW library.
Plus, GeForce NOW members streaming to supported Smart TVs from Samsung and LG can get into their games faster with an improved user interface.
Your Games, Your Way
With more than 1,400 games streaming instantly on GeForce NOW, there’s always something new to play.
Enjoy stunning stories like Mass Effect Legendary Edition or Life is Strange: True Colors, streaming to PCs and even Macs in 4K resolution with an RTX 3080 membership. Group up with friends in Lost Ark or betray them for fun in Among Us. Squad up for victory in Apex Legends, Rocket League and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive — and don’t worry about lagging behind, thanks to ultra-low latency.
For those craving something spooky, have a drop-dead good time ghost hunting in Phasmophobia or struggle to survive and slay in Dead by Daylight. Games like these sound scary good in 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound for Priority and 3080 members.
Build out your library, starting with over 100 free-to-play titles like League of Legends and Rumbleverse. RTX 3080 and Priority members can also experience real-time ray tracing in games like Dying Light 2, Loopmancer and Cyberpunk 2077, which launched a new 1.6 update this week, bringing even more content to Night City.
Take the action on the go with mobile devices. Fortnite on GeForce NOW with touch controls on mobile is available to all members, streaming through the Safari web browser on iOS and the GeForce NOW Android app. Or tap your way through Teyvet in Genshin Impact, streaming to mobile devices with touch controls.
With new games arriving on the cloud every week, the choices are endless.
Stream on TVs
Samsung has integrated a “Featured on GeForce NOW” row in the Samsung Gaming Hub, streaming on select 2022 4K TVs. The list is curated and updated regularly — showcasing new, popular and recently released games. GeForce NOW is also integrated into other rows, like “Popular Games,” which Samsung also curates weekly. Pick out a game from these menus and easily launch the GeForce NOW app.
LG updated its UI with a home-screen “Gaming Shelf.” This addition 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. Members with supported TVs can download the GeForce NOW app and check out the new UI today.
Revolutionize the Weekend
Charge into the weekend with six new titles streaming from the cloud:
- 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)
What are you planning to play this weekend? Let us know on Twitter or in the comments below.