Part of the concession necessary to complete Microsoft's deal for Activision Blizzards was the fact that Blizzard games would also have to be offered on competing streaming services. This should also eliminate the accusation of cloud gaming monopoly. That's a big reason why GeForce Now subscribers will be happy! Nvidia's offer will be expanded to include some games again in February 2024 – including hit titles from Blizzard. But who are they? How does GeForce Now work? Answers below.
What is GeForce Now? the Nvidia's cloud gaming service Turn all your PCs, laptops and mobile phones into gaming consoles without having to provide the powerful hardware yourself. Alternatively, you can stream games via Nvidia PCs, the content of which then ends up on your screens – similar to the way you watch movies on Netflix & Co. Without actually owning the movie itself. Therefore, a proper internet connection is necessary.
GeForce Now: Also now with games from Blizzard
The latest games available from Geforce Now this week include:
- Bang on the Balls: Chronicles
- Diablo 4
- Monitoring 2
- Anger 2
The action role-playing game Diablo 4 was released on June 4, 2023 and has since been expanded with regular seasons offering all-new content and activities – the Constructs Season was recently launched. Online shooter Overwatch 2 has been out since October 4, 2022, but it's more of a remastered form of the first part it replaced.
Of course, more games will be available on GeForce Now in February 2024: such as Skull & Bones, Terminator: Dark Fate – Defiance, Star Wars: Dark Forces Remastered, Tales of Arise, and The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series. Have you used or have experience with GeForce Now? Can you recommend the service to others? Feel free to let us know what you think in the comments!
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