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NVIDIA GeForce NOW Ends The Year With Over 40 New Titles

Before ringing in the new year, GeForce NOW is taking a look back at a 2023 full of top-notch gaming. Explore GeForce NOW’s year in review, which brought more hit games, improved service features and the launch of the Ultimate membership tier. Plus, GFN Thursday is raising a toast to the GeForce NOW community by delivering more than 40 new games to stream from the cloud.

Wrapping It Up
It’s been an amazing year of cloud gaming. The launch of the Ultimate tier brought high-performance cloud gaming across North America and Europe, streaming from newly rolled out GeForce RTX 4080 SuperPODs. For the first time in the cloud, members could stream up to 240 frames per second, or 4K 120 FPS on the native PC and Mac apps, and experience support for ultrawide resolutions for the smoothest and most immersive gameplay – all thanks to the powerful NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPU architecture. To prove the power of the cloud, NVIDIA gave gamers the ultimate test of latency on KovaaK’s, a latency-sensitive, first-person-shooter aim trainer.

Gamers competed for top scores on the leaderboard, and the results were staggering – showing a 1.8x improvement in aiming just by playing with an Ultimate membership.
NVIDIA also posed a challenge to Cyberpunk 2077 fans: to play the graphics-intensive game on an unknown system. Players were astonished to discover that they were playing with full ray tracing on a Chromebook with GeForce NOW. NVIDIA even brought the experience to The Game Awards, showing off the power of gaming on a Chromebook with GeForce NOW on a global stage.

With higher-performance streaming came more collaborations with top-quality publishers.

NVIDIA and Microsoft signed a 10-year partnership this year, bringing hit Xbox PC games and over 100 supported PC Game Pass titles to the cloud, with more to come. Members could stream some of the biggest Xbox PC titles, including the Wolfenstein and Forza Horizon franchises, Starfield, and the Ori and Age of Empires series, across devices at high performance for the first time.

With the Microsoft partnership came the first Activision game in the cloud, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III. With NVIDIA DLSS 3 and Reflex technologies, Ultimate members can get the highest frame rates and lowest latencies for the smoothest gameplay.

Celebrated publisher Capcom also brought to the cloud some of its top games, including Monster Hunter Rise, Monster Hunter: World and Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen.
The year closed out with a celebration spotlighting 500 NVIDIA RTX-supported games and applications. Over 90 titles with RTX ON are featured on GeForce NOW, easily found on the app’s dedicated RTX ON row, including top games Cyberpunk 2077, Alan Wake II, Far Cry 6, Control and more.

The GeForce NOW community put up some impressive numbers, streaming over 250 million hours in the cloud.

And it doesn’t stop there – check back in each week to see what’s in store for GeForce NOW throughout the new year.

In With the New
To celebrate the amazing GeForce NOW community, the cloud gaming service is adding more than 40 Xbox and PC Game Pass titles this week – sure to tide members into the new year.

The best way to experience these games and the over 100 PC Game Pass titles in the cloud is with the latest GeForce NOW membership bundle, which includes a free, three-month PC Game Pass subscription with the purchase of a six-month GeForce NOW Ultimate membership.

Catch the full list of 46 games:

  • AI: THE SOMNIUM FILES – nirvanA Initiative (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Amazing Cultivation Simulator (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • The Anacrusis (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Age of Wonders 4 (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Before We Leave (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Century: Age of Ashes (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Chorus (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Control (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Darksiders III (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Destroy All Humans! (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Disgaea 4 Complete+ (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Edge of Eternity (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Europa Universalis IV (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Evil Genius 2: World Domination (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Fae Tactics (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Farming Simulator 17 (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • The Forgotten City (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Human Fall Flat (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Lethal League Blaze (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Martha is Dead (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Matchpoint – Tennis Championships (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Maneater (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • The Medium (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Metro Exodus (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Mortal Shell (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • MotoGP 20 (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Moving Out (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • MUSYNX (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Neon Abyss (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Observer: System Redux (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Pathologic 2 (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • The Pedestrian (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Raji: An Ancient Epic (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Recompile (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Remnant: From the Ashes (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Remnant II (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Richman 10 (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Sable (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Surgeon Simulator 2 (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Sword and Fairy 7 (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Tainted Grail: Conquest (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Tinykin (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Worms W.M.D (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Worms Rumble (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)

Source: NVIDIA

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