This latest series of GeForce Now games marks a total of 1,300 games supported by the streaming service. The title that sets this record for GeForce Now is Evil Dead: The Gamewhich will be available today at launch.
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GeForce Now Hits 1,300 Game Record With Evil Dead: The Game
Cloud streaming as a whole is a relatively new form of gaming, so the few companies that do have a streaming option don’t have a huge library of games. That said, GeForce Now has a history of releasing huge batches of games on a weekly basis. This week, NVIDIA’s GeForce Now is rolling out Evil Dead: The Game at launch.
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Evil Dead: The Game is an action-packed co-op and PvP title that launches you into battle with whatever weapon you can get your hands on. That includes broomsticks. Go for the broomstick. To add to that, GeForce Now is adding another seven titles this week:
- Achilles: Untold Legends (New release on Steam)
- Brigandine The Legend of Runersia (New release on Steam)
- Neptunia x SENRAN KAGURA: Ninja Wars (New release on Steam)
- songs of conquest (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Cepheus Protocol Anthology (New release on Steam, May 13)
- Evil Dead: The Game (New release on the Epic Games Store, May 13)
- Pogostuck: Rage with your friends (Steam)
- Yet another zombie defense HD (Steam)
Xbox Game Pass adds This War of Mine: Final Cut and several other titles
Xbox Game Pass is looking to shake off tears this week with This War of Mine: Final Cut, an emotional roller coaster that immerses you in the battle and forces you to a different perspective. You become a civilian, trapped in the war zone with low supplies and constant danger. This War of Mine: Final Cut is now available to play.
In addition, two other cloud games have arrived on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Those titles are Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising and Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition. Both titles came to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on May 10.
Amazon Luna finally released the promised games
A couple of weeks ago, we covered Luna’s news that three new games were coming to various channels. one of which was Super Monkey Ball Mania, a game coming to the Luna+ channel, a $10/month subscription. On the Family Channel, subscribers will get pack. These two titles were announced in April, but are finally available for users to play now.
All told, with GFN hitting 1,300 games added and Xbox Game Pass further expanding its library, this week turned out to be a good one. Now let’s see what PlayStation Plus comes up with.
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