Up to No Good: ‘No Rest for the Wicked’ Early Access Launches on GeForce NOW

The action role-playing game is part of six new games this week.
by GeForce NOW Community

It’s time to get a little wicked. Members can now stream No Rest for the Wicked from the cloud.

It leads six new games joining the GeForce NOW library of more than 1,500 games.

Holy Moly

No Rest For The Wicked on GeForce NOW
There’s always another fight to be won.

No Rest for the Wicked is the highly anticipated action role-playing game from Moon Studios, developer of the Ori series, and publisher Private Division. Amid a plague-ridden world, step into the boots of a Cerim, a holy warrior on a desperate mission. The Great Pestilence has ravaged the land of Sacra, and a new king reigns. As a colonialist inquisition unfolds, engage in visceral combat, battle plague-infested creatures and uncover the secrets of the continent. Make the character you want with the game’s flexible soft-class system, explore a rich storyline, and prepare for intense boss battles as you build up the town of Sacrament.

Embark on a dark and perilous journey, where no rest awaits the wicked. Rise to the challenge and stream from GeForce RTX 4080 servers with a GeForce NOW Ultimate membership for the smoothest gameplay from the cloud. Be among the first to experience early access of the game, without having to wait for downloads.

Shiny New Games

Evil West on GeForce NOW
“Yippie ki-yay, evil doers!”

Become a Wild West superhero in Evil West, streaming on GeForce NOW this week and part of PC Game Pass. It’s part of six newly supported games this week:

  • 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)
  • Evil West (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Lightyear Frontier (Steam)
  • Tomb Raider I-III Remastered (Steam)

Riot Games shared in its 14.8 patch notes that it will soon add its Vanguard security software to League of Legends as part of the publisher’s commitment to remove scripters, bots and bot-leveled accounts from the game and make it more challenging for them to continue. Since Vanguard won’t support virtual machines when it’s added to League of Legends, the game will be put under maintenance and will no longer be playable on GeForce NOW once the 14.9 update goes live globally — currently planned for May 1, 2024. Members can continue to enjoy the game on GeForce NOW until then.

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