Nvidia is adding over 20 new games to GeForce Now this month

This month, Nvidia will add more than twenty new games to its GeForce Now service, which I’m very excited about. I tried out Nvidia’s GeForce Now Ultimate in January, and that was enough to make me put away my gaming console for good.

With the addition of more than twenty new games and the news that Microsoft will add its PC game library to the service in the future, GFN is growing quickly. Even more games could be added if Microsoft’s plan to buy Activision Blizzard for $69 billion goes through. Within the next few months, GFN could become a gamers’ dream come true. Let’s see what games are going to be added.

The first round of added games

We’re only into the third day of March, and these five games have already been added.

  • Monster Hunter Rise (Steam)
  • Voltaire: The Vegan Vampire (New release on Steam)
  • Rise of Industry (Free on Epic Games Store)
  • Destiny 2: Lightfall (Steam, Epic Games Store)
  • Battlefield 2042 Season 4: Eleventh Hour (Steam, Epic Games Store) list

According to Nvidia, these games will be added during the rest of March.

  • Hotel Renovator (New release on Steam, Mar. 7)
  • Clash: Artifacts of Chaos (New release on Steam, Mar. 9)
  • Figment 2: Creed Valley (New release on Steam, Mar. 9)
  • Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6 (New release on Steam, Mar. 9)
  • Big Ambitions (New release on Steam, Mar. 10)
  • The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure (New release on Steam, Mar. 14)
  • Smalland: Survive the Wilds (New release on Steam, Mar. 29)
  • Ravenbound (New release on Steam, Mar. 30)
  • DREDGE (New release on Steam, Mar. 30)
  • The Great War: Western Front (New release on Steam, Mar. 30)
  • 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 Nephilim Saga (Steam)
  • Tower of Fantasy (Steam)

What was removed or delayed

Command & Conquer Remastered Collection, one of my favorite games, was taken off GFN because of technical problems, and there is no timetable for when it will be back. Above Snakes and Heads Will Roll, two games that were supposed to come out in February, have been pushed back. So have Perish and Darker and Darker, two games that were supposed to come out this month.

Since 2023 started, Nvidia has been working hard to get its new 4080 servers online all over the country and to add more games to its streaming platform. This February, we added Baldur’s Gate 3 (Steam), Recipe for Disaster, Sons of Forest, and Wrpips.

With Nvidia’s new servers coming online and its list of games increasing, the GPU-making giant could corner the market on online gaming.

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