November kicks off with its new round of games added to the GeForce Now platform. While waiting for the arrival of Farming Simulator 22 and Ghostrunner, the first four titles are available on all cloud-compatible media including “Recipe for Disaster” or “Age of Darkness: Final Stand”.
Like every Thursday, GeForce Now unveiled its list of games added to the cloud gaming service. November is taking off again smoothly with four first games to complete the catalog.
In total, Nvidia is announcing no less than 17 games added throughout the month. The first salvo arrived last Thursday with titles less impressive than last week ( Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Riders Republic in particular), but very varied while waiting for Farming Simulator 22 and Ghostrunner a little later in the month.
You can therefore test your (non) culinary skills in the cloud in Recipe for Disaster or create your own creatures in the simulation game Let’s build a zoo.
As a reminder, Nvidia has also launched a brand new ultra-powerful subscription called GeForce Now RTX 3080 with higher definitions (up to 1440p on PC and Mac) and a higher number of frames per second (120 fps on PC, Mac and Android). It is now available to everyone.
NEW GAMES FOR NOVEMBER 2021
SINCE NOVEMBER 5
Recipe For Disaster ( Steam )
Let’s Build a Zoo ( Steam and Epic Games Store )
Age of Darkness: Final Stand ( Steam )
Road Redemption ( Steam )
ALSO COMING IN NOVEMBER:
Bakery Simulator ( Steam )
Bright Memory: Infinite ( Steam )
Epic Chef ( Steam )
Farming Simulator 22 ( Steam and Epic Games Store )
The Last Stand: Aftermath ( Steam )
Core ( Epic Games Store )
Ghostrunner ( Epic Games Store )
Legion TD 2 ( Steam )
Lost Words: Beyond the Page ( Steam )
MapleStory ( Steam )
Severed Steel ( Steam )
STORY OF SEASON: Pioneers of Olive Town ( Steam )
Tale of Immortal ( Steam )
To enjoy your PC games with GeForce Now on your various media, you must have purchased them from partner stores (Steam, Epic, Ubisoft Connect, etc.) before you can play them from the Nvidia client in streaming via the cloud.
While Google Stadia has just announced the closure of its video game studios, GeForce Now now has a boulevard to establish itself as the cloud gaming service par excellence. Nvidia seems aware of this and is working hard to shine with gamers.
GEFORCE NOW COMPATIBLE GAMES FINALLY LISTED
The main attraction of GeForce Now over its competition is its link with the various PC game stores. No need to redeem your favorite titles, the subscription will draw directly from your Steam, GoG, Epic Games, or Uplay catalog. However, for this to work, the game in question must be licensed and therefore whitelisted.
When the service was launched, we saw some publishers like Activision-Blizzard withdraw from the service, but the list of compatible games remains very substantial, with new features added every week. It is therefore starting to be difficult to know, without subscribing, whether or not a game is accessible via GeForce Now.
To simplify the search, Nvidia has therefore published the complete list of games compatible with GeForce Now on its website, with a search engine as a bonus. For each game, Nvidia also specifies the platform on which it is available. Note that this trick allows the transition to the firm to the chameleon to extend its list by citing the same game up to 3 times (although it is only counted once in the 800 games available).
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