Speaking of GeForce NOW, NVIDIA offers
, saying the library of their cloud service is "taking shape" with over
2,000 games and commitments from more than 200 publishers (thanks
). We are less surprised that they offering so many titles than
we are to learn that there are actually more than 200 game publishers in the
has a complete list of games on the service, publishers who have
opted-in, and games that will be leaving the service at the end of this month.
They also note they are nearing the end of their trial period:
has already been enjoyed by millions of gamers. As we approach the end of our
trial period, we’re working to build a robust catalog of PC games with full
support from the development community.
This includes a new opt-in process for developers and publishers to offer their
games on GeForce NOW. Response has been strong with over 200 publishers
committing to streaming on the service.
GeForce NOW is an extension of the PC ecosystem. There is no cost for developers
— games just run without difficult porting requirements — helping them reach
millions of players who don’t have game-ready PCs.
Going forward, only the games that are opted in will be available on the
service, providing confidence in the GeForce NOW game library. Yet some
publishers are still figuring out their cloud strategies. Those that haven’t
opted in as of May 31 will be removed.
The current list of games playable on GeForce NOW, including mega-hits — like
Apex Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Destiny 2, Dota 2, Fortnite,
Rocket League, Terraria and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege — can be found
along with the list of games that will no longer be available.
With more than 2,000 games already committed to the service, including over 500
instantly playable and more added every Thursday, the GeForce NOW library is
shaping up nicely.