NVIDIA adds Into the Breach, Just Cause 2, and 6 more games to its GeForce NOW cloud gaming service

Looking for something new to play this week? NVIDIA on Thursday announced the latest weekly additions to its GeForce Now cloud gaming service. This week’s additions include 8 new games to the service.

The full list of new games in NVIDIA GeForce NOW is as follows:

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  • Othercide
  • Superhot: Mind Control Delete
  • Ho Tu Lo Shu: The Books of Dragon
  • Into the Breach (Epic Games Store)
  • Just Cause 2
  • Thief
  • Trackmania Turbo (Uplay)
  • Russian Fishing 4

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Admittedly, these aren’t the hottest new games on the market, but they’ll no doubt provide entertainment during the lockdown if you’ve never experienced them before. Just Cause 2 is one of the most beloved (and ridiculous) open-world games you’ll find, while Into the Breach is a neat turn-based strategy game to kill time in.

In addition to the new titles available on GeForce Now, NVIDIA also said that it’s adding Highlights support to ARK: Survival Evolved. NVIDIA Highlights allows users to record exciting gameplay moments that can be shared later.

The eight new games added to NVIDIA GeForce Now are available to play now on all platforms where the cloud gaming service is available, including PC, Android, and the SHIELD TV. Users on Reddit and NVIDIA’s forums notably aren’t too happy with this week’s additions, with some hoping to see popular entries like Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout which just recently launched on Steam and PS4 or Horizon: Zero Dawn which launches on Steam tomorrow. Not every week will have heavy hitters like the week that added Hyper Scape and Death Stranding. That can happen with weekly announcements, so hopefully, NVIDIA comes back next week with a more exciting list of games or even new feature additions to GeForce NOW like the recent Steam library sync.

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