Get your Backstreet Boys albums out, because it’s a millennium of fun as NVIDIA announced that 1,000 games are now available to stream through its cloud streaming service GeForce NOW. This new Thursday update has made 13 more games available to stream through its free or Founders level tiers.
This GFN Thursday, we’re excited to announce that GeForce NOW is hitting a “grand” milestone this week. With 13 new game additions, NVIDIA’s cloud game-streaming service will offer members instant access to over 1,000 PC games!
With 1,000 titles in the GeForce NOW library there’s a game for every gamer.
One frequent question of the service is if GeForce NOW will offer members a selection of games included with their membership. The reality is, the service already does. All members have access to nearly 100 of the most popular free-to-play games. It’s one of the unique benefits of the service, made possible by connecting gamers to their libraries of games.
GFN Thursday is the commitment to bring the latest games, game updates and new features to members. The 1,000 game milestone puts an exclamation point on this promise, marking an increase of 500+ games since the service exited beta less than 18 months ago.
And the best part? We’re just getting warmed up.
It’s All About the Games
This grand milestone of 1,000 games streaming on GeForce NOW is possible thanks to 300+ tremendous partners — a who’s who of top PC game developers including Riot Games, Bungie, Paradox Interactive, Epic Games, Square Enix, Deep Silver and more.
They’ve all opted in to stream their games on GeForce NOW — showing a belief in the philosophy that gamers should be connected to their games through an open cloud-gaming service. And there are more partners and games joining every GFN Thursday.
With 1,000 games in the GeForce NOW library, there’s endless choices for members to stream the full, real versions of PC games they own from stores like Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect and GOG.COM.
All of This and More
This week’s newest additions getting GeForce NOW to over 1,000 games include the construction management sim game, The Immortal Mayor (Steam), the island adventure game, Lost at Sea (Steam), the action RPG, Alchemist Adventure (Steam) and the single-player action and exploration experience, Retro Machina (Steam).
The complete list of games releasing this week is below:
- The Immortal Mayor (day-and-date release on Steam, July 15)
- Lost at Sea (day-and-date release on Steam, July 15)
- Obduction (Free on Epic Games Store until June 22)
- Alchemist Adventure (Steam)
- Retro Machina (Steam)
- Space Colony: Steam Edition (Steam)
- Tained Grail: Conquest (Steam)
- Unity of Command II (Steam)
- Warframe (Digital Extremes)
- Wildermyth (Steam)
- X3: Albion Prelude (Steam)
- Ys: Memories of Celceta (Steam)
- Ys Origin (Steam)
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