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NVIDIA announced that its fledgling GeForce Now cloud gaming service will now support control of Remedy Entertainment's 2019 supernatural action and adventure games. Subscribers to the GeForce Now Founder tier will be able to experience the stunning visuals of Control with ray tracing enabled.
This news represents a positive change for the new platform. The feature in recent months has been a series of announcements confirming the misunderstanding that several big-name publishers decided to skip the licensing agreement. In recent months, ActivisionBlizzard, Bethesda, and 2K Games have removed their games from GeForce Now.
After the impressive release, the departure of cloud gaming services allowed more than 1 million people to sign up within a week. The service provides an alternative to Google Stadia, where players can play any games that already belong to its Steam or Epic Games Store library, and these games are streamed from an RTX-enabled platform in the NVIDIA data center. To further strengthen this proposal, a free tier is included, which is only limited by the one-hour game session limit, which can be easily bypassed when restarting the game.
In addition to the popular Control new features, NVIDIA also announced that it will issue weekly announcements to reveal which games are about to land on the platform. NVIDIA said that users can now expect a list of
new Game Ready versions on GeForce Now every Thursday in the future.
NVIDIA said, "Starting this week, we will schedule most of the release time on Thursday. This way, our members know when to check for library updates. GeForce NOW will continue to release new and recent games that are as close to availability as possible.
For example, last Thursday, they joined in the first batch of Arma 2: Operation Arrow, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Dungeons 3, Headsnatchers, IL2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad, Jagged Alliance 2-Wildfire and The Guild 3. Control. Although the loss of some of the major publishers of
certainly means that GeForce Now has lost some of its brilliance, NVIDIA’s efforts to ensure that games such as Control and Cyberpunk 2077 will run on the platform indicate that the manufacturer GPU is taking steps to ensure that the service remains attractive. Game players.