World news – GeForce Now finally has a proper list of supported games

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Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service has steadily improved since I reviewed all of the major cloud services last year, and now there’s what I’ve been craving for forever: a proper list of all the games who are currently honestly supported on it. That doesn’t stop there either, as today’s update adds 12 new games to the service, including a slew of today’s best ray tracing games like Cyberpunk 2077, Control, and Metro Exodus. If you’ve always wanted to know what all the ray tracing fuss was about but didn’t have the hardware, I think GeForce Now is finally a service worth paying for.

The complete list The number of supported games is certainly one of the biggest improvements GeForce Now has made of the year since the beta version ended. Unlike other cloud services like Google Stadia, which require you to pay for special cloud versions of a game, GeForce Now lets you play games that you already have in your various game libraries. Not all games are supported by the service, however, and previously you had to do the tedious hunt for games or sync your Steam library with them to find out what you could actually play on them.

The Steam sync feature was a welcome step forward in making GeForce Now more user-friendly than it was introduced six months ago, but it still wasn’t very good for your Epic Games Store and UPlay libraries. Now, however, the full list gives you a full rundown ahead of time, so you can decide exactly whether it’s worth taking a dive before signing up.

You can still technically use GeForce Now for free, I should add but you are limited to just one hour game sessions and « Standard Access » when joining a server. If you want to play for a longer period of time (up to six hours), have priority access to servers and want to use Nvidia’s RTX ray tracing hardware, you have to opt for the paid founder membership. This is currently a discount of £ 24.95 / $ 24.95 for six months (that’s just over £ 4 / $ 4 a month).

In fairness it’s probably worth it, now there are some major ray tracing Play as Cyberpunk 2077, Control, Watch Dogs Legion, Metro Exodus, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, and Deliver Us The Moon all arrive on GeForce Now today. You still need to have copies of these games on Steam or the Epic Games Store, but if you’ve recently tried to get your hands on an RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070, or RTX 3080, this is a great way to play these games with ray tracing on while you wait.

Katharine Castle

Hardware editor

Katharine writes about all the things that go in your PC so you can play all the beautiful games we love to talk about. Really liked JRPGs and getting quests. She is also RPS ‘Resident Deals Herald.

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