We’ve been able to sync our Steam account with GeForce Now for a while now, and now we’ve got 8 more supported games, including SUPERHOT.
This week we had two good news for users of GeForce Now, Nvidia’s cloud gaming service. The one that is perhaps most relevant is that we will finally be able to synchronize our Steam library automatically and the compatible games will appear in the streaming platform’s library.
Previously, you had to manually search for titles that were compatible with GeForce Now. As you know, this platform connects to the different stores and plays in the cloud those games that we have purchased and that have received compatibility with the Nvidia service.
The other good news for users is the addition of eight new titles to GeForce Now. With them, Nvidia continues to introduce and recover games for the service and confirms the positive trend that has dragged on in recent months. Among the video games that have recently reached the service are Death Stranding, which came with DLSS 2.0 technology, and Disco Elysium, the successful RPG.
Nvidia continues to introduce and bring back games for GeForce Now
The games that have come to GeForce Now are Othercide (Steam), SUPERHOT: Mind Control Delete (Epic Games Store), Ho Tu Lo Shu: The Books of Dragon, Into the Breach (Epic Games Store), Just Cause 2, Thief and Trackmania Turbo (Uplay). And yes, here are seven, because the eighth is a game that returns to service: Russian Fishing 4.
Lastly, Nivida has confirmed that it has added support for NVIDIA Highlights in ARK: Survival Evolved (Epic Games Store and Steam). The service seems to be getting a second chance and the support from Epic Games is doing it well.
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