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GeForce NOW adds Dying Light 2 and more for its second anniversary

New titles and more come to GeForce Now

Updated: Feb 3, 2022 4:37 pm
GeForce NOW adds Dying Light 2 and more for its second anniversary

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GeForce NOW, Nvidia’s cloud gaming streaming service, which allows you to play games that you’ve purchased from Steam, UPlay, and more is celebrating the second anniversary of the service being available. It’s difficult to think that cloud gaming services are already hitting the two-year mark in terms of their age. But, we’ve seen them come and go. Onlive anyone? Now, the service is adding Techland’s AAA zombie parkour-a-thon Dying Light 2 to the service, with all the fancy bells and whistles enabled with support for ray-traced global illumination, reflections and shadows, to give you the best possible image quality while gaming up in that mysterious cloud.

But, it doesn’t ned there. GeForce Now is also adding over 30 titles to the service in February 2022. This means that you’ll get support for playing these games from the cloud, or almost anywhere you desire, so long as you use the platform on your device. You can use GeForce Now on Windows, Mac, Android, Chrome, Safari, Edge and on certain LG TVs in beta.

However, if you want to use the GeForce now service, you will need to be signed up either to their Free plan, which offers a basic PC, their priority plan offers a premium rig with server priority and RTX, with up to 1080p/60fps streams. Finally, their RTX 3080 option offers a rig with an RTX 3080 that has an 8-hour session length, up to 1440p/120fps streams in addition to up to 4K resolution streams while using a 4K Nvidia Shield TV.

Games coming to GeForce Now in February 2022

Games releasing this week:

  • Life is Strange Remastered (New release on Steam, Feb. 1)
  • Life is Strange: Before the Storm Remastered (New release on Steam, Feb. 1)
  • Dying Light 2: Stay Human (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store, Feb. 4)
  • Warm Snow (Steam)

Also coming in February. Of this lot, one of our favourites is going to be Sifu, a martial-arts combat third-person game with some hooks that you’ll just have to see for yourself. No pun intended. But do check it out, it’s supposed to be pretty damn good.

  • Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store, Feb. 7)
  • Sifu (New release on Epic Games Store, Feb. 8)
  • Diplomacy is Not an Option (New release on Steam, Feb. 9)
  • SpellMaster: The Saga (New release on Steam, Feb. 16)
  • SCP: Pandemic (New release on Steam, Feb. 22)
  • Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Deluxe Edition (New release on Steam, Feb. 22)
  • Martha is Dead (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store, Feb. 24)
  • Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation (Steam)
  • AWAY: The Survival Series (Steam and Epic Games Store)
  • Citadel: Forged With Fire (Steam)
  • Escape Simulator (Steam)
  • Galactic Civilizations III (Steam)
  • Haven (Steam)
  • Labyrinthine Dreams (Steam)
  • March of Empires (Steam)
  • Modern Combat 5 (Steam)
  • Parkasaurus (Steam)
  • People Playground (Steam)
  • Police Simulator: Patrol Officers (Steam)
  • Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion (Steam)
  • Train Valley 2 (Steam)
  • TROUBLESHOOTER: Abandoned Children (Steam)
  • Truberbrook (Steam)
  • Two Worlds Epic Edition (Steam)
  • Valley (Steam)
  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (Steam and Epic Games Store)

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