Today’s GeForce NOW update won’t have much going on for it, even in terms of the game additions of the week. However, there is still a story to be told, so let’s get started. This week’s update brings two more games to the service, adding them to the list of over 1000 games that are available to be played with the service. This week, the games that will be added to GeForce NOW are as follows:
- Disney Dreamlight Valley (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure (New release on Steam)
These two games will be able to be streamed this week with beyond-fast performance with the power of the cloud. This allows users to play at up to 4K resolutions and 120 FPS, even on underpowered devices, mobile devices, and even Macs. Users can also tap into the next generation of RTX cards with the GeForce NOW Ultimate membership that allows for 240 FPS for both PCs and Macs alongside higher resolutions.
MacBook Pro 16-inch laptops with 3,456×2,234 ProMotion 120Hz refresh-rate displays enable gaming in 4K high dynamic range at up to 120 fps. With NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology, these Macs can even run graphically intense games like The Witcher 3 and Warhammer 40,000: Darktide at 4K 120 fps. MacBook Pro laptops with smaller displays and MacBook Airs with 2,560×1,664 displays transform into gaming PCs, running titles like Cyberpunk 2077 in 1440p HDR at liquid-smooth frame rates. With GeForce NOW, Macs with M2 and M1 chips will be able to naturally run the program and get the best PC Gaming experience without leaving the Apple ecosystem.
This warranty extends to Mac desktops like the Mac Mini, Mac Studio, and iMac. You can connect an ultrawide monitor and take the HDR cinematic gameplay at up to 3840×1600 @ 120FPS with the Ultimate membership. In fact, any Mac system introduced in 2009 or later is fully supported by GeForce NOW.
GeForce NOW is available on PC, iOS, Android, NVIDIA SHIELD, and select Smart TVs. You can also play your favorite games with the power of the cloud through the Logitech G Cloud and the Cloud Gaming Chromebooks.
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