Far Cry 6 among the new games supported by NVIDIA GeForce Now this week

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Joining the guerrillas is a reality in Far Cry 6. Unless, of course, you don’t decide to explore the alternate ending. New from Ubisoft Toronto and Montreal will also be one of the games that will be added this week to the NVIDIA GeForce NOW catalog, a cloud service that provides the opportunity to enjoy compatible games from different stores (Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, etc) a través de streaming.

In addition to the sixth installment of Far Cry, players will be able to enjoy titles such as Gone Home, The Bus or PC Building Simulator. NVIDIA has also previewed some of the titles that will be added in October. Among the most prominent we can find Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Riders Republic or The Forgotten City. Many of them benefit from graphical improvements linked to the company’s technology.

Games to be added this week

  • Far Cry 6 (Ubisoft Connect)
  • F.I.S.T.: Forged in Shadow Torch (Steam)
  • PC Building Simulator (Gratis en Epic Games Store)
  • The Bus (Steam)
  • Going Medieval (Steam)
  • Gone Home (Steam)
  • Space Haven (Steam)

Games coming in October

  • Buccaneers! (Steam)
  • Disciples: Liberation (Steam y Epic Games Store)
  • Fire Commander (Steam)
  • Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Steam y Epic Games Store)
  • Riders Republic (Ubisoft Connect)
  • The Riftbreaker (Steam y Epic Games Store)
  • Sword and Fairy 7 (Steam)
  • The Unliving (Steam)
  • The Forgotten City (Steam y Epic Games Store)
  • Gone Home (Steam)
  • Hide and Shriek (Steam)
  • The Last Friend (Steam y Epic Games Store)
  • Legend of Keepers (Steam y Epic Games Store)
  • Paradise Killer (Steam)
  • STEINS;GATE 0 (Steam)
  • Townscaper (Steam)
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The NVIDIA GeForce NOW service has a free subscription, which introduces some limitations regarding the payment. The latter allows you to activate technologies such as ray tracing or NVIDIA DLSS in compatible titles.

Source | NVIDIA (press release)


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