A Gripping New Adventure: GeForce NOW Brings Titles From Bandai Namco Europe to the Cloud, Including ‘Little Nightmares’ Series

GeForce NOW native 4K streaming comes to LG Smart TVs, plus seven new games join the cloud this week.
by GeForce NOW Community

A new adventure with publisher Bandai Namco Europe kicks off this GFN Thursday. Some of its popular titles lead seven new games joining the cloud this week.

Plus, gamers can play them on more devices than ever, with native 4K streaming for GeForce NOW available on select LG Smart TVs.

Better Together

Little Nightmares 2 on GeForce NOW
Look forward to more Bandai Namco titles on GeForce NOW.

Bandai Namco is no stranger to delivering hit games. And GeForce NOW delivers high-performance cloud game streaming, making it the ultimate way to play the publisher’s high-quality titles.

“Our collaboration with NVIDIA will allow more players to enjoy Bandai Namco titles like ‘Little Nightmares’ across their devices, thanks to the power of the GeForce NOW cloud,” said Anthony Macare, senior director of digital business and customer experience at Bandai Namco Europe.

It’s the perfect time to jump into the Little Nightmares series, the critically acclaimed puzzle-platformer games set in a dark, nightmarish world. Confront childhood fears and help Six, a brave young girl escape The Maw — a vast, mysterious vessel inhabited by corrupted souls looking for their next meal— in Little Nightmares. 

Then play as Mono, a boy with a paper bag on his head looking for answers, in Little Nightmares II. With Six as a guide, face a host of new threats on the way to discover the dark secrets of The Signal Tower. The Enhanced Edition of Little Nightmares II adds an extra layer of eerie realism with RTX ON, which  Ultimate and Priority members can select after launching the game from Steam.

Little Nightmares and Little Nightmares II, Get Even and 11-11 Memories Retold are the first of many Bandai Namco titles arriving to the cloud this week.

Life’s Good in 4K

4K LG Streaming GeForce NOW
Screen time never looked so sharp.

Head on over to gaming on the big screen with LG Smart TVs. The Gaming Shelf on LG 2020-2022 TVs and the Game Quick Card on 2023 TVs already prominently feature GeForce NOW titles right on the home page, providing members with effortless discoverability to stream over 1,000 games directly from their LG Smart TVs.

To further enhance the user experience for Ultimate members, native 4K streaming through GeForce NOW is freshly available on select LG 2023 Smart TVs such as the flagship OLED B3, C3 and G3 models. Ultimate members in over 80 supported countries can jump right into their favorite PC titles in pixel-perfect 4K resolution with exclusive access to GeForce NOW’s fastest servers and eight-hour gaming sessions. Members won’t ever need to leave the spot in front of their LG TVs, except maybe to stock up on more snacks.

LG Smart TVs feature lifelike picture quality and high refresh rates so members can enjoy stunning games like Dying Light 2 and Cyberpunk 2077 in 4K — no need for a console nor worries about hardware requirements. It’s one of the easiest ways to try out the new Ray Tracing: Overdrive Mode update for Cyberpunk 2077, which adds full ray tracing, or path tracing, further enhancing the visual fidelity of Night City’s neon-soaked streets and beyond. The update is available now, so upgrade to Ultimate today to check out all the streaming goodness.

Gimme Gimme More

New ways to stream, plus seven new games this week. Here’s the full list:

  • MORDHAU (New release on Epic Games Store, free on April 13)
  • DE-EXIT – Eternal Matters (New release on Steam, April 14)
  • 11-11 Memories Retold (Steam)
  • canVERSE (Steam)
  • Get Even (Steam)
  • Little Nightmares (Steam)
  • Little Nightmares II (Steam)

Finally, let the fun and games begin, starting by answering this week’s GFN Thursday question in the comments below, or on Facebook and Twitter.