GeForce NOW Adds 7 New Games to Its Cloud Library; one of them Tunic, the adorable Zelda-style adventure

NVIDIA continues to add more and more games to its catalog of cloud titles. The Californian company’s service seeks to distance itself from others such as Microsoft’s Cloud Gaming with a commitment far from offering a static catalog, but instead we can play anywhere those titles that we already have acquired in the major pc digital stores.

GeForce NOW further separates itself from Xbox Cloud Gaming: NVIDIA gives more user freedom and adds image scaling options

This is the most important difference, although not the only one. GeForce NOW offers two payment methods, one annual and one semi-annual, which gives us access to a number of compatible games and the possibility of running them on almost any device with the reliability that comes with a RTX 3080. Each server is equipped with one of these graphics cards, so the maximum resolution and frame rate on PC is now raised to 1440p and 120fps.

Games that enter the catalog

From this list of 7 games, both Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 5 and Tunic are new releases. The first of them, signed by Milestone, well-known MotoGP 22 developers; and the second one supposes the first and only adventure Developed by Andrew Shouldice. This title, starring a friendly fox, has meant for Jesús Bella, a fellow 3DJuegos, a a great surprise reminiscent of Zelda, but with its own identity.