Geforce Now adds EA games
Nvidia today announced that four new games from Electronic Arts (EA) have been added as part of the Geforce Now update on Thursday on Nvidia’s streaming platform, Nvidia’s GeForce Now. The first EA games will be released today in more than 70 countries, including the GeForce Alliance, a network of operator partners that use Nvidia RTX (TM) servers and NVIDIA cloud gaming software. They will be extended to provide a GeForce Now cloud gaming experience.
Electronic Arts is now bringing more games to the GeForce Now library and expanding support for their cloud gaming service with four titles from some of the top franchises. Battlefield, Mirrors Edge, Unravel, and Dragon Age are the four games that will be released to the GeForce Now library and made available to underpowered PCs, mobile devices, and other platforms. These four games will join EA’s popular Apex Legends on GeForce NOW. These games bring a collection of critically acclaimed titles from Electronic Arts to streaming players, which means more great games for more gamers than ever before.
EA has extended its support for cloud gaming services with four EA games and added them to the weekly list of new units in the GeForce Now library. Meanwhile, Microsoft’s games service has announced that it will bring EA Play to Xbox Game Pass, meaning PC members will have access to 60 of the biggest titles in the EA library. For gamers without a gaming PC, including over a billion underpowered PCs and incompatible devices such as phones, tablets, and Chromebooks, Electronic Arts games can be played with GeForce Now on legendary performance. by GeForce (r).
Over the past year, the number of subscriptions to the Nvidia (r) GeForce (TM) cloud gaming service has doubled, giving Electronic Arts access to more than 12 million gamers worldwide. Millions of hours of gaming are streamed to GeForce Now every month from 30 different data centers around the world. On GeForce Now with their PC game library from major digital stores including Ubisoft’s Uplay PC, you can play games like Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege starting today. Selected tracks can be played at up to 120 fps in a smooth cloud gaming experience.
GeForce Now adds new games on Thursdays every week, including popular titles from Stream Epic and GOG. With GeForce Now, PC gamers get access to games they already own as well as many popular free titles from Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, and Origin. With GeForce Now, you can also access graphics for the Nvidia RTX series, which gives gamers access to DLSS, Ray Tracing, and the latest PC games.
Geforce Now is defined by NVIDIA as a streaming service capable of playing our laptops, Macs, Android devices, Safari on iOS, and games that we have purchased from major PC stores such as Steam, Epic Games Store, and GOG. NVIDIA, while it cannot create and play games on Steam, Games requires publisher permission to support GeForce Now, so not all games on Steam can be played with the service. NVIDIA GeForce Now.
When it comes to cloud gaming in general, there are also a lot of great games on the popular Microsoft games service, but the best are Xbox Game Pass games on PC. Recently, cloud gaming has become a major feature of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership program, which allows gamers to download 300 games to their Xbox consoles and over 200 titles to PC. EA Play has also become an extension of the Xbox Game Pass. Cloud gaming on Xbox Game Passes Ultimate, also known as xCloud, features over 150 Xbox One S and Xbox Series X games that can be played without a data connection on Android and iOS devices and are easy to launch.
Using the same technology, gamers can use their own Xbox consoles and cloud game servers to stream their own games to portable devices. We do not deal with services such as XCloud, which allows you to play games without a subscription such as Game Pass, or with services such as Stadia that we purchase to access cloud games. GeForce Now is an alliance of partners that host NVIDIA GeForce Now servers, which will allow GeForce Now to be available in more countries and open up NVIDIA subscription services to more gamers.
Some games only work with certain Nvidia graphics cards and this is one of the few ways that Mac users can play certain games on Apple that do not support NVIDIA graphics cards. By installing Launch Games on the GeForce Now app from their list of supported game titles, you can enjoy an unparalleled gaming experience with maximum graphics settings and up to 120 fps.