GeForce Now adds new games compatible with the service every Thursday, thus expanding its already huge list of titles that users can enjoy as if they were playing them locally, but with the features of a next-generation high-end PC . But also, on many occasions This is complemented by new features that broaden the scope of the servicewhich allows its users to enjoy it on more platforms and in better conditions.
Today is one of those days, and it is coinciding with the launch in Spain of Logitech G CLOUD, as we already confirmed a few days ago, GeForce Now confirms its full compatibility with itso that those people who have acquired it, or have it in their plans, already know that they will be able to access the games from their collections that are compatible with the NVIDIA service, something key in a console like this, designed especially for the game in the cloud
Let’s recall, at a glance, the technical specifications of Logitech C CLOUD: 7-inch IPS touch screen with FullHD resolution and a refresh rate of 60 hertz, Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G SoC (eight cores, up to 2.3 gigahertz), 4 gigabytes of RAM LPDDR4X and 64 gigabytes of storage UFS, powered by a battery of 6,000 milliamps which, according to manufacturer’s specifications, provides up to 12 hours of autonomy and fully recharges in just two and a half hours.
With it, users will be able to access gamepad-compatible GeForce titles using either touch controls or G CLOUD’s customizable integrated precision game controls.
Warhammer Skulls Festival
GeForce Now also joins the Warhammer Skulls Festival, an event dedicated to all the titles in the saga and which began today. Thus, during these days there will be important announcements about some franchise titles, various activities will take place and, in addition, it will be the best time to get hold of the games in the saga, since they have significant discounts (up to 80% in some cases) on both Steam and the Epic Games Store. To prevent them from slipping away, new promotional tags will inform you promptly about this and similar events.
GeForce Now Thursday, new games
And now we come to what, surely, users of the service are waiting for, the list of new games that are added to the service this week, in a week particularly full of releases.
As we told you some time ago, Microsoft and NVIDIA signed an agreement so that the Redmond titles would reach the green giant’s cloud gaming platform. As a result of this agreement, the long-awaited debut took place last week, which featured Gears 5, a game already available on GeForce Now for a week. But that was only the beginning, because the plans go much further, and today we have a sample of it, since three new games from the Xbox catalog are incorporated:
- Grounded: Survive, together with your friends in collaborative mode, in a huge world that, in reality, was yours until your size was reduced by several orders of magnitude.
- penance– Become a penitent of the 16th century and solve a murder plot that has been haunting the Kiersau monastery for 25 years.
- DEATHLOOP: two assassins, a time loop, the mysterious island of Blackreef and all the ammunition you can get to enjoy this first person shooter from Arkane Lyon.
Thus, the complete list of games that are added this week to GeForce Now is as follows:
- Blooming Business: Casino (New Release on Steam, May 23)
- Plane of Lana (New release on Steam, May 23)
- Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun (New Release on Steam, May 23)
- Above Snakes (New release on Steam, May 25)
- Railway Empire 2 (New release on Steam, May 25)
- The Lord of the Rings: Gollum (New Release on Steam, May 25)
- Deathloop (Steam)
- Grounded (Steam)
- Lawn Mowing Simulator (Steam)
- Pentiment (Steam)
- The Ascent (Steam)
- Patch Quest (Steam)