Microsoft recently committed to making its games available on Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service for the next 10 years. But even without Microsoft, Nvidia is diligently following up. In March, the library will be expanded by 19 new games.
Nvidia continues to expand support for GeForce Now
Google Stadia may have failed miserably, but Nvidia doesn’t seem to be discouraged. Only recently, the graphics card leader signed a binding contract with Microsoft, which should ensure that Xbox games should also be playable via GeForce Now for the next 10 years.
But of course Nvidia is also diligently adding to it itself. In March 2023, users of the cloud gaming service will be able to log in via 19 new games in the portfolio be happy. Here is the complete overview:
- Monster Hunter Rise (Steam)
- Voltaire: The Vegan Vampire (New Release on Steam)
- Rise of Industry (Free on the Epic Games Store)
- Hotel Renovator (New Release on Steam March 7th)
- Clash: Artifacts of Chaos (New Release on Steam March 9th)
- Figment 2: Creed Valley (New Release on Steam, March 9th)
- Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6 (New Release on Steam March 9th)
- Big Ambitions (New Release on Steam March 10th)
- The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure (New Release on Steam March 14)
- Smalland: Survive the Wilds (New Release on Steam March 29th)
- Ravenbound (New Release on Steam March 30th)
- DREDGE (New Release on Steam March 30th)
- The Great War: Western Front (New Release on Steam March 30th)
- System Shock (New Release on Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Amberial Dreams (Steam)
- Disney Dreamlight Valley (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- No One Survived (Steam)
- Symphony of War: The Nelphilim Saga (Steam)
- Tower of Fantasy (Steam)
Cloud gaming: Sony, Microsoft and Nvidia continue to make steam
Even though Google recently buried its own cloud gaming service, Stadia, Sony, Microsoft and Nvidia don’t seem to be worried. The three companies are expected to remain committed to their strategies. Microsoft in particular is currently celebrating one success after another with the Game Pass.
So cloud gaming seems to be the future – even if the right infrastructure is probably still missing in many places. Hopefully that will change in the coming years.
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