With the streaming service, you can follow in the footsteps of an ex-crusader in The Valiant, take on the role of Crypto the alien in action-adventure games Destroy All Humans! and Destroy All Humans! 2: Reprobed, go hunting in Way of the Hunter or become a world famous racer in MX vs. ATV Legends.
You can run these games on almost any device wherever you are. Including on the big screen from the NVIDIA SHIELD console or on Samsung Smart TVs in 4K resolution and on most smartphones and tablets, or devices designed for streaming, such as Logitech G CLOUD or Chromebooks.
The latest GeForce NOW Ultimate subscription will stream PC games to compatible devices at up to 240 fps with NVIDIA Reflex or 4K 120 fps with ray tracing and DLSS 3 and utilizing support. The new SuperPOD servers, based on GeForce RTX 4080 class graphics cards, will be available in North America and Europe in late January, and will be rolled out to other regions of the world thereafter. We’ll soon see how the service works in action at the moment, but it looks like more and more competition for desktops with increasingly expensive graphics cards.
The full list of games joining the service this week is as follows:
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 (from January 12 on Steam)
Dakar Desert Rally (Epic Games)
Destroy All Humans! (Steam and Epic Games)
Destroy All Humans! 2: Reprobed (Steam and Epic Games)
MX vs. ATV Legends (Steam)
The Valiant (Steam and Epic Games)
Way of the Hunter (Steam and Epic Games)
In addition, HP announced at CES that GeForce NOW will be coming to the OMEN Gaming Hub app, giving HP laptop users direct access to a library of over 1,500 games.
Nvidia press release