Watch Dogs Legion and Ghostrunner arrive on GeForce Now along with three more games

The service offers subscribers ray tracing and DLSS for the new Ubisoft game.

Like every week, Nvidia adds new games to its cloud gaming service, GeForce Now. The platform incorporates this week five video games with very varied themes and very recent launches. Nvidia has confirmed that the seventh season of Apex Legends will also arrive next week, which begins on Friday, November 4.

Therefore, the five games that have arrived this week to GeForce Now are: Watch Dogs Legion, Ghostrunner, Blair Witch ( Epic Games Store ), Xuan-Yuan Sword VIII and Autonauts. Blair Witch is one of the free games on the Epic Games store this week and it’s coming to the service. Xuan-Yuan Sword VIII is an ARPG based on Chinese mythology and Autonauts is a management game in which we will have to colonize desolate planets and progress on them.

Blair Witch is a horror game, perfect for these Halloween days, in which we will have to search for a missing child. The Bloober Games game seemed correct to us in our analysis. On the other hand, Ghostrunner is the frantic and action-packed proposal of One More Level in a cyberpunk environment that has surprised us a lot and we have valued with a very high notable.

Finally, Watch Dogs Legion, the new instalment of this Ubisoft saga, has been released. We already told you that it was announced that it would come to the service, but now we know that it does so with advantages. If you are subscribed to GeForce Now, the game can be played with ray tracing and DLSS technology, so you can expect great performance in the cloud. We found Watch Dogs Legion a fun game and you can recall our analysis.

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