Today’s GeForce NOW update adds ten more games to NVIDIA’s streaming service. It has some highlights this time around that are worth talking about, like the award-winning It Takes Two. In addition, the ever-expanding library of Electronic Arts has a new addition in the form of Mass Effect: Legendary Edition.
Here are ten games joining GeForce NOW this week:
Pro Cycling Manager 2022 (New release on Steam) The Cycle: Frontier (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store) Tour de France 2022 (New release on Steam) Core Keeper (Steam) It Takes Two (Steam and Origin) KeyWe (Steam) ) Mass Effect Legendary Edition (Steam and Origin) Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries (Steam) No Straight Roads: Encore Edition (Steam) Silt (Steam and Epic Games Store)
As previously mentioned, Mass Effect Legendary Edition will be a new addition to Electronic Arts’ ever-expanding library of games. The game will be available to GeForce NOW users in high graphical resolution without the need for a high-end PC. In fact, you will be able to play this game at up to 60fps on all devices.
Of course, those players who activate their membership will get more benefits. RTX 3080 users will be able to enjoy Mass Effect Legendary Edition and the entire GeForce NOW library at up to 4K and 120fps. Plus, you’ll be able to take advantage of ultra-low latency streaming and eight-hour gaming sessions.
In case you missed it, we received a big announcement last week that God of War would be staying on GeForce NOW. According to NVIDIA, the game will be removed from the platform on July 1st. But on the plus side, those who have played the game at least once on GeForce NOW will be able to continue playing through the cloud.
GeForce NOW is currently available on PC, Mac, Android, iOS, NVIDIA SHIELD, and select Smart TVs.