GeForce NOW will unleash Far Cry 6 support from the game's October 2021 launch
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GeForce NOW announces the latest titles to gain support on its game-streaming platform every Thursday, which means today (September 9, 2021) is no different. The latest instalment of Life is Strange (True Colors) is named among these, although it will not be available to its users until the game's actual launch, which is tomorrow.
However, that is far from all for today's GFN Thursday: the platform has also confirned that it has secured a simultaneous day-and-date launch for Ubisoft's Far Cry 6, not to mention Riders Republic. Therefore, the 2 long-hyped titles can be streamed to any device by its users from their October 2021 release.
GeForce NOW has not stopped there: its users can get a free trial of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege from today until September 12, 2021, and may also avail of an up to 80% discount on the same title during this ‘Crystal Guard’ update promotional period.
Gamers interested in something else instead could turn to the new additions to the GeForce NOW library. Highlights from this new list include Bus Simulator 21 (available in co-ordination with Steam from its September 7, 2021 release) and Sheltered, which is also available for free on the Epic Games Store right now. The full list of new cloud-accessible games is available on NVIDIA's new blog post.