Nvidia Geforce Now adds 7 More Games to their Library: Hitman 3, Everspace & More

7 More Games in Nvidia Geforce Now
7 More Games in Nvidia Geforce Now

Geforce Now is a Cloud Gaming Service owned by Nvidia. The open beta for this Platform was launched back on October 1, 2015, after 5 Years of total Beta Testing, Nvidia launched the final Public version on February 4, 2020, for Nvidia Shield devices, macOS, Microsoft Windows, ChromeOS, Android, iOS

The best part of this Cloud Gaming Platform is they provide 1 Hour of Free Gameplay with RTX OFF per day to everyone. Also, their Plans & Pricing costs are very low ($4.99/month) which makes them more accessible to budget Gamers.


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Although Nvidia GeForce Now also provides some free Games including some most famous games such as:
  • Apex Legends
  • Rocket League
  • Dota 2
  • Destiny 2
  • World of Tanks
  • League of Legends
  • Warframe
  • Path of Exile
  • Fortnite
Nvidia GeForce Now also integrates with Game Platforms including Steam, Ubisoft, and Epic Games, Allowing you to play the games you already own (including those game taken from Free-Offers given by Epic Games and other Stores such as GTA-5)

Now GeForce Now adds 7 More Games to their Library with a Recent Update Yesterday. Here is the list of all 7 games that have been added to GeForce Now:
  • HITMAN 3 (Epic)
  • Redout: Space Assault (Steam)
  • Gloomhaven (Steam)
  • Night of Full Moon (Steam)
  • RIFT (Steam)
  • Spellbreak (Steam)
  • EVERSPACE 2 (Steam)
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How to Play Games on GeForce Now

  • Create an Nvidia Geforce Now Account.
  • Either join it as a Founder (paid) either join it for free.
  • Download the app for your respected System such as PC, macOS, Android, iOS, Chromebook, etc.
  • Link your library (epic games, UPlay, Steam, etc)
  • And Start playing (1-Hour long session per day for free users with RTX OFF)
Update: Nvidia GeForce Now just got support for Apple M1 Chips, check it out here
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