Nvidia announced this week’s news on the game streaming service GeForce NOW.
The highlight is undoubtedly the inclusion of the remastered versions of the three installments of the popular Crysis saga. Crytek studio first-person shooters have been almost a meme since their original launch in 2007 when PC audiences began to ask the question, “Can Crysis move?” With GeForce NOW, this is finally over, and virtually any computer – even laptops and mid/low-end equipment – will be able to move it safely.
Here’s a list of this week’s seven new GeForce NOW releases:
- Crysis Remastered (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Crysis 2 Remastered (Epic Games Store)
- Crysis 3 Remastered (Epic Games Store)
- Crysis Remastered Trilogy (Epic Games Store)
- The Riftbreaker (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Going Medieval (Epic Games Store)
- STEINS; GATE 0 (Steam)
GeForce NOW is Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, connected to the libraries of stores such as Steam or the Epic Games Store. Thanks to this system, more than a thousand titles can be played with both its free and paid subscription, offering access to advanced technologies such as ray tracing or DLSS.