More games land on GeForce Now, including Fallout 4

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The Fallout TV show is out and we've seen plenty of licensed products launching alongside it. If you own Fallout 4 on Steam, or Fallout 76 on Steam or the Windows Store. Xbox Cloud Gaming takes another step toward its transformation into a dematerialized console. For good reason, Microsoft is currently testing a new interface for the web version of its cloud-hosted games service. It includes features previously reserved for owners of Xbox consoles.

The full list of titles joining GeForce Now this week includes:

Gigantic: Rampage Edition (New release on Steam, April 9)
Inkbound 1.0 (New release, on Steam, April 9)
Broken Roads (New release on Steam, April 10)
Infection Free Zone (New release on Steam, April 11)
Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (New release on Xbox and available on PC Game Pass, April 11)
Backpack Battles (Steam)
Fallout 4 (Steam)
Fallout 76 (Steam and Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
Ghostrunner (Epic Games Store, free April 11-18)
Terra Invicta (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
Nvidia's previous GFN update also had some Bethesda flavor, with The Elder Scrolls Online finally becoming available to stream.

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