This week, 12 more games have been added to the GeFoce Now library, which allows us to stream games. Among them is The Outriders, which will be released in the coming weeks.
Many more games have been added this week to the GeForce Now system, which allows us to stream games. As you know, GeForce Now is a system that allows you to play games only with a good internet without having a powerful system. Under the name of GeForce Now by Game +, new servers will be opened very soon in our country and we will be able to play more comfortably in this way.
When we look at the games added this week, we can see that there is a demo of The Outriders, one of the highly anticipated games of this year. The game itself will be released on April 1. There is also a lot of content to discover in the game demo. Beyond the main story, players can explore four missions. All progress in the demo will be saved automatically when the game launches in April.
GeForce Now by Game + is currently in closed beta in our country and will be accessible to everyone on March 15. Subscription prices are currently unclear, but let’s remind that there will be a free version. Don’t forget to register here. In addition, you can find all supported games on the page here, and the latest games with the links below.
Newly Added Games
Art of Rally (Steam and Epic Games Store)
Curse of the Dead Gods (Steam)
Eve Online (Steam)
Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk (Steam)
Might & Magic Heroes VII (Steam)
Observer System Redux (Steam)
Old School RuneScape (Steam)
Outriders demo (Steam)
Project Highrise (Steam)
Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos (Steam)
System Shock demo (Steam)
Tank Mechanic Simulator (Steam)