NVIDIA Expands GeForce NOW Cloud Gaming Service with New Games and Membership Options

NVIDIA is enhancing its GeForce NOW cloud gaming service by adding more games, membership options, and innovative technology. The upcoming titles from Activision and Blizzard, Diablo IV and Overwatch 2, will soon be available on the cloud. These games will be joined by other popular titles such as Capcom's Exoprimal, HoYoverse's Honkai: Star Rail, and Mainframe Industries' Pax Dei.

Starting in February, new day passes for Ultimate and Priority memberships will be introduced, allowing users to enjoy full premium benefits for one day at a time. NVIDIA is also bringing G-SYNC technology to the cloud, which will improve cloud streaming performance, reduce latency, and minimize stuttering for a smoother gameplay experience. Additionally, the introduction of new 60 and 120 FPS streaming options for GFN Reflex mode will make cloud gaming experiences almost indistinguishable from local gaming. Mobile gamers will also benefit from a resolution boost to 1440p on Android phones. Furthermore, NVIDIA will soon operate in Japan, enabling gamers across the country to play their favorite PC games in the cloud with Ultimate performance.

The GeForce NOW catalog already includes over 1,800 popular PC games from various platforms such as Steam, Xbox, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft, GOG.com, and more. With the support of GeForce RTX 4080 GPU-class graphics, GeForce NOW will bring even more top titles from renowned publishers to the cloud.

Diablo IV and Overwatch 2, the latest games from Blizzard Entertainment, will soon be available on GeForce NOW. These games join the recently released Call of Duty, which is the first Activision game available on the cloud, as part of a long-term partnership between NVIDIA and Microsoft.

In Diablo IV, players will fight against the forces of hell while discovering numerous abilities, collecting legendary loot, and conquering nightmarish dungeons filled with evil enemies. The game offers a captivating solo campaign as well as a shared open world experience with friends.

Overwatch 2 is a free-to-play shooter game that features over 30 epic heroes, each with unique abilities that can change the course of the game. Players can join the battle across futuristic maps inspired by real-world locations and engage in various game modes in this ever-evolving live game.

GeForce NOW members will soon be able to stream the Steam versions of Diablo IV and Overwatch 2 on almost any device, powered by a GeForce RTX 4080 rig in the cloud. Support for the Battle.net launcher will also be added.

GeForce NOW also offers top role-playing games in the cloud. Honkai: Star Rail from HoYoverse, a highly popular game, will soon be available on the cloud, joining Genshin Impact. Honkai: Star Rail is set in a diverse universe filled with wonder, adventure, and thrills. It expands the collection of hit free-to-play titles available to members. Additionally, members can enjoy all the latest updates without worrying about download times.

NVIDIA is collaborating with Capcom to bring more of its hit titles to the cloud, including Exoprimal, an online team-based action game that pits humanity's exosuit technology against dinosaurs. Exoprimal will be available on the cloud starting from January 18.

Pax Dei, developed by Mainframe Industries, is a highly anticipated social sandbox massively multiplayer online game inspired by medieval legends. It is planned to be released on GeForce NOW when it launches for PC.

Players can expect high-performance gaming experiences with these upcoming titles. Ultimate members will be able to stream games at up to 4K resolution and 120 frames per second, with support for NVIDIA DLSS and Reflex technology. They can enjoy the action even on low-powered devices. Stay updated on the release dates of these games in the cloud by checking GFN Thursdays.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to try out premium membership benefits with the new Day Passes, available in early February. These passes allow gamers to experience all the features of Priority and Ultimate memberships for 24 hours, providing a fast pass to try out the service before committing to longer memberships.

Day Pass users can enjoy RTX ON for supported games with Priority and Ultimate Day Passes. Ultimate Day Pass users will have exclusive access to innovative technologies such as NVIDIA DLSS 3.5, full ray tracing, and NVIDIA Reflex.

The Ultimate Day Pass will be priced at $7.99, while the Priority Day Pass will be available for $3.99. The 24-hour playtime will start from the time of purchase. Day Passes can be combined for continuous access to high-performance cloud streaming on GeForce NOW.

NVIDIA continues to push the boundaries of cloud gaming with its GeForce NOW service. The Ultimate membership tier has introduced many cloud gaming firsts, including 240 FPS and ultra-wide streaming, making the gaming experience on GeForce NOW almost identical to playing locally.