NVIDIA’s cloud gaming platform, GeForce NOW, is gearing up for an exciting wave of new games. The platform is set to receive 15 fresh titles this week, with over 50 more planned for release throughout November 2023. This influx of games stems from the partnership between NVIDIA and Xbox, opening up many gaming options for users. Many games from the recent Xbox and PC Game Pass collaboration will find their way to GeForce NOW.
Some highly anticipated games have already been added to GeForce NOW’s library this week. Players can now enjoy thrilling experiences like Jusant, RoboCop: Rogue City, and The Talos Principle 2. These games have advanced features such as DLSS 3 and Frame Generation, enhancing the visual quality and ensuring a smooth gaming experience.
New GeForce NOW Games in the First Week of November 2023
Headbangers: Rhythm Royale (New release on Steam, Xbox and available on PC Game Pass, Oct. 31)
Jusant (New release on Steam, Xbox and available on PC Game Pass, Oct. 31)
RoboCop: Rogue City (New release on Steam, Nov. 2)
The Talos Principle 2 (New release on Steam, Nov. 2)
StrangerZ (New release on Steam, Nov. 3)
Curse of the Dead Gods (Xbox, available on Microsoft Store)
Daymare 1994: Sandcastle (Steam)
ENDLESS Dungeon (Steam)
F1 Manager 2023 (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
Heretic’s Fork (Steam)
HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED 2 – Turbocharged (Epic Games Store)
Kingdoms Reborn (Steam)
Q.U.B.E. 2 (Epic Games Store)
Soulstice (Epic Games Store)
Virtex Stadium (Free)
As usual, this latest expansion covers a mixture of titles from multiple popular digital storefronts and Xbox Game Pass. And while most of the incoming games will be playable on GeForce NOW regardless of where their owners bought them, there is one new partial release in Blazing Sails; this pirate-themed battle royale can currently be purchased via both Steam and Epic Games Store, but only its latter version will be coming to GeForce NOW in November.
As GeForce NOW continues to expand its game library, it solidifies its position as one of the leading cloud gaming services in the market. The platform allows gamers to play their already-owned games from Steam, the Epic Games Store, or the Xbox app, which includes PC Game Pass.