Another Thursday is upon us and that means another weekly update from the NVIDIA GeForce Now team. On the slate this week is another 11 titles to join the roster, highlighting some killer indie titles and some tech upgrades for one big name already available.
First up, the new games. NVIDIA has previously released a full list of the scheduled February releases, and this week sees another 11 of those join the fray. Among them are South Park: The Stick of Truth, Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 and Assassin’s Creed: Director’s Cut.
Here’s the full list and their associated stores:
- Assassin’s Creed I: Director’s Cut (Epic Games Store)
- Darkest Hour: A Hearts of Iron Game (Steam)
- Day of Infamy (Steam)
- Dusk Diver (Steam)
- Going Under (Steam)
- Hellish Quart (Steam)
- Home Behind 2 (Steam)
- Lumberjack’s Dynasty (Steam)
- Rise of Industry (Steam)
- Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 (Steam)
- South Park: The Stick of Truth (Steam)
NVIDIA is also celebrating some of the amazing indie titles in the GeForce Now catalog, including recent smash-hit Valheim, long-standing big hitter Terraria, and the benefits the cloud can have in reaching new audiences.
“We launched Valheim in early access on Steam, and immediately NVIDIA helped us bring it to more gamers with GeForce NOW. That way, even Mac users can play Valheim,” said Henrik Törnqvist, lead game designer on Valheim at Iron Gate AB.
“Streaming Terraria on GeForce NOW makes perfect sense to us. We have always sought out ways to make our game as accessible to as many people as possible. GFN helps accomplish that goal by giving our players the ability to play on any device they want, without any added development work on our side. We’re looking forward to seeing both new and existing players enjoy all that Terraria has to offer, whether that be via the more traditional PC/console/mobile route or streaming from the cloud,” said Ted Murphy, head of business strategy and marketing at Re-Logic.
And last but by no means least, Mount and Blade: Bannerlord II is getting an upgrade on GeForce Now to DLSS 2.0 for even better performance.
NVIDIA GeForce Now is available across a range of platforms with basic subscriptions available free of charge.
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