As Google Stadia continues to struggle, Nvidia GeForce Now adds 10 new titles to its growing library of games
Nvidia's game streaming service had a great start when it went public earlier this year until major publishers began slowly pulling games away from the program. Fortunately, the company has been slowly rebuilding its library specifically with popular indie titles that are more streaming friendly and less bandwidth heavy.
As of today, the following 10 new games will be playable on GeForce Now with an additional 5 returning to the service after a long hiatus:
- A Story About My Uncle
- Arise: A Simple Story (Epic Games Store)
- Black Desert Online (Russia/Turkey/MENA)
- Endless World
- My Time at Portia (Epic)
- Neo Cab
- Scrap Mechanic
- Ultimate Chicken Horse
- Construction Simulator 2 US - Pocket Edition
- Cultist Simulator
- Empyrion - Galactic Survival
- Last Tide
It's important to keep in mind that GeForce Now operates differently from competing alternatives like Google Stadia or Playstation Now. Namely, users must already own or have purchased the titles via Steam or Epic before they can be launched on GeForce Now.
Nvidia's free tier allows users to try GeForce Now for an unlimited period of up to one hour per session while the paid tier lifts the one-hour limit.