GeForce Now Thursday updates add 12 more games to GeForce Now this week, including the Outriders demo
This week on GFN Thursday with Outriders demo GeForce NOW players will explore the planet Enoch. In addition, NVIDIA announced this week that 11 new games have been added to the GeForce NOW library.
12 more games added to GeForce Now system
People Can Fly studio, which launches Bulletstorm, Gears of War Judgment and Painkiller, prepares players to experience a brand new gaming experience. Outriders is a solo or co-op RPG shooter with brutal powers, intense action, and deep RPG mechanics, and has an engaging story set in a dark sci-fi world. Whether played alone or with two other people, the game dynamically adjusts the balance, taking into account how many players are in a session to keep the challenge at the right level.
There is also a lot of content to discover in the game’s demo. Beyond the main story, players can explore four missions. All progress in the demo will be saved automatically when the game launches in April.
GeForce NOW members can play the game on any supported device (PC, Mac, Chromebook, iOS, Android or Android TV). With cross platform, members can join their friends on Enoch, regardless of what platform their friends are playing on. Like most daily and current releases on NVIDIA GeForce NOW, the Outriders demo does not go live within a few hours of its release on Steam. is planning.
A total of 12 games are included in the GFN Thursday updates this week. With new game launches like Curse of the Dead Gods, Old School RuneScape, and Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos, the full list can be found below:
Art of Rally (Steam ve Epic Games Store)
Curse of the Dead Gods (Steam)
Eve Online (Steam)
Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk (Steam)
Might & Magic Heroes VII (Steam)
Observer System Redux (Steam)
Old School RuneScape (Steam)
Outriders demo (Steam)
Project Highrise (Steam)
Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos (Steam)
System Shock demo (Steam)
Tank Mechanic Simulator (Steam)