GeForce NOW Delivers 24 A-May-zing Games This Month

Plus new updates make streaming on Valve’s Steam Deck easier.
by GeForce NOW Community

GeForce NOW brings 24 new games for members this month.

Ninja Theory’s highly anticipated Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II will be coming to the cloud soon — get ready by streaming the first in the series, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, part of the seven new games joining the GeForce NOW library this week.

Plus, game across more devices than ever as GeForce NOW adds improved support on Steam Deck this GFN Thursday.

Journey into Viking Hell

Hellblade 1 on GeForce NOW
No sacrificing frame rates, streaming from the cloud.

Experience exceptional storytelling in Ninja Theory’s award-winning game Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, available to stream from the cloud this week.

Set in a dark fantasy world inspired by Norse mythology and Celtic culture, the game follows the journey of Senua, a Pict warrior. Her quest is to reach Helheim, the realm of the dead,to rescue her deceased lover’s soul from the goddess Hela.

Solve intricate puzzles with observation, engage in melee combat and get pulled deep into Senua’s mind as she grapples with inner demons. Journey through the hauntingly beautiful landscapes of Helheim with ray tracing and high-dynamic range using an Ultimate or Priority membership for the most immersive and stunning visual fidelity.

Decked Out

Thanks to GeForce NOW, nearly any device can perform like a GeForce-powered PC gaming rig. Members who want to stream their favorite PC games to Valve’s Steam Deck now have an easier way to get started.

Members can use a new beta installation method to automatically configure GeForce NOW’s browser in Steam Deck’s Gaming Mode. The installation script automatically installs Google Chrome to the device, then adds all the settings needed to help members log into GeForce NOW and stream their favorite games.

The latest GeForce NOW update, released last week, also allows members to navigate GeForce NOW on a browser using a gamepad, including on the Steam Deck. That means it’s even easier to find and play supported titles with NVIDIA DLSS technology or real-time ray tracing, regardless of the handheld’s system specs.

Plus, members can easily play non-Steam games on the Steam Deck thanks to the cloud. This includes games from, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, and Xbox, as well as supported PC Game Pass titles. No more worrying about downloads or backend configurations. And with more than 1,900 games supported, there’s always something new to stream.

Steam Deck is just one of many popular handheld PC devices with support for GeForce NOW. Others include ASUS ROG Ally, Logitech G Cloud, Lenovo Legion Go, MSI Claw and Razer Edge. Get started now. Learn more about how to configure GeForce NOW on Steam Deck.

May New Games Be With You

Foundry on GeForce NOW
If you build it, they will come.

Get complete creative freedom in Paradox Interactive’s FOUNDRY, an exciting first-person factory-building sandbox game set in an infinite voxel world for expansive, ever-changing landscapes. Build a factory optimized to perfection or an artistic masterpiece, harvest resources, automate ever-growing production lines and manage complex systems to achieve mechanical mastery in FOUNDRY.

Check out the list of new games this week:

  • Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (Steam and Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Stormgate Closed Beta (New release on Steam, April 30, sign up for access)
  • Gray Zone Warfare (New release on Steam, April 30)
  • MotoGP24 (New release on Steam, May 2)
  • FOUNDRY (New release on Steam, May 2)
  • INDIKA (New release on Steam, May 2)
  • Orcs Must Die! 3 (New release on Epic Games Store, May 2)

And members can look for the following throughout the rest of the month:

  • Little Kitty, Big City (New release on Steam and Xbox, available on PC Game Pass, May 9)
  • Ships at Sea (New release on Steam, May 9)
  • The Rogue Prince of Persia  (New release on Steam, May 14)
  • Men of War II (New release on Steam, May 15)
  • Die by the Blade (New release on Steam, May 16)
  • Norland (New release on Steam, May 16)
  • Gestalt: Steam & Cinder (New release on Steam, May 21)
  • Synergy (New release on Steam, May 21)
  • SunnySide (New release on Steam, May 21)
  • Crown Wars: The Black Prince (New release on Steam, May 23)
  • Capes (New release on Steam, May 29)
  • Colony Survival (Steam)
  • Exo One (Steam)
  • Farmer’s Life (Steam)
  • Honkai: Star Rail (Epic Games Store)
  • Phantom Brigade (Steam)
  • Supermarket Simulator (Steam)

April Showers Brought More Titles

In addition to the 19 games announced last month, 20 more joined the GeForce NOW library:

  • Gigantic: Rampage Edition (New release on Steam, April 9)
  • Inkbound 1.0 (New release, on Steam, April 9)
  • Broken Roads (New release on Steam, April 10)
  • Infection Free Zone (New release on Steam, April 11)
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (New release on Xbox and available on PC Game Pass, April 11)
  • Ghostrunner (Epic Games Store, free April 11-18)
  • Kill It With Fire 2 (New release on Steam, April 16)
  • The Crew Motorfest (New release on Steam, April 18)
  • No Rest for the Wicked (New release on Steam, April 18)
  • Bellwright (New release on Steam, April 23)
  • Age of Water (New release on Steam, April 25)
  • Diablo II: Resurrected (
  • Diablo III (
  • Fallout 4 (Steam)
  • Fallout 76 (Steam and Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • StarCraft Remastered (
  • StarCraft II (
  • Stargate: Timekeepers (Steam)
  • Terra Invicta (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Tomb Raider I-III Remastered (Steam)

Riot Games has rolled out the League of Legends 14.9 update globally, which adds the Vanguard security software to the game. Since Vanguard doesn’t support virtual machines like GeForce NOW, the game is under maintenance and no longer playable on the cloud gaming platform for the foreseeable future. Work is underway to find a solution for GeForce NOW members.

Lightyear Frontier (Xbox) didn’t make it in April due to technical issues. Stay tuned to GFN Thursday for updates.

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