GeForce Now finally has a proper list of supported games – Rock Paper Shotgun

Nvidia’s cloud video gaming service GeForce Now has actually been progressively enhancing because I reviewed all the significant cloud services last year, and it now has the something I’ve been craving for definitely ages: a correct honest-to-goodness list of all the games presently supported on it. That’s not all, either, as today’s upgrade likewise includes 12 brand-new games to the service, consisting of a whole bunch these days’s best ray tracing games such as Cyberpunk 2077, Control and Metro Exodus. If you’ve ever wished to see what all the ray tracing hassle had to do with however don’t have the requisite hardware, I reckon GeForce Now is finally a service worth paying for.

The complete list of supported games is quickly among the most significant improvements there’s been to GeForce Now in the year given that it came out of beta. You see, unlike other cloud services such as Google Stadia where you need to spend for special cloud versions of a game, GeForce Now lets you play games you currently own in your various game libraries. Not all games are supported by the service, however, and formerly you had to go through the laborious procedure of looking for games individually, or syncing up your Steam library with it to find out what you could actually use it.

The Steam sync function was a welcome action forward into making GeForce Now more user-friendly when it was initially presented six months earlier, but it still wasn’t much helpful for your Epic Games Store and UPlay libraries. Now, though, the full list now offers you a total introduction in advance, letting you decide precisely whether it’s worth taking a punt on before registering.

You can still technically use GeForce Now free of charge, I need to include, but you’re limited to just hour-long play sessions and ‘basic gain access to’ when joining a server. If you wish to play for longer durations of time (as much as 6 hours), have ‘concern access’ to servers and the ability to make the most of Nvidia’s RTX ray tracing hardware, then you’ll need to choose the paid Founders Membership, which is presently marked down at ₤ 24.95/ $24.95 for 6 months (that’s just over ₤ 4/ $4 monthly).

In fairness, that’s most likely worth it now it’s got some major ray tracing video games on there, as Cyberpunk 2077, Control, Watch Dogs Legion, Metro Exodus, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider and Deliver United States The Moon are all getting here on GeForce Now today. You’ll still need to own copies of these games on Steam or the Epic Games Store, mind, but if you’ve been stopping working and attempting to protect yourself an RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070 or RTX 3080 recently, this is a fantastic method to play these games with ray tracing turned on while you wait.

The full list of supported games is easily one of the biggest improvements there’s been to GeForce Now in the year since it came out of beta. The Steam sync feature was a welcome action forward into making GeForce Now more easy to use when it was first introduced six months ago, however it still wasn’t much excellent for your Epic Games Store and UPlay libraries. You can still technically use GeForce Now for free, I need to add, but you’re restricted to simply hour-long play sessions and ‘standard gain access to’ when joining a server. In fairness, that’s most likely worth it now it’s got some major ray tracing video games on there, as Cyberpunk 2077, Control, Watch Dogs Legion, Metro Exodus, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider and Deliver Us The Moon are all arriving on GeForce Now today.

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