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Three More Xbox PC Games Hit GeForce NOW


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Keep the NVIDIA and Microsoft party going this GFN Thursday with Grounded, Deathloop and Pentiment  now available to stream for GeForce NOW members this week.

These three Xbox Game Studio titles are part of the dozen additions to the GeForce NOW library.

Triple Threat

NVIDIA and Microsoft’s partnership continues to flourish with this week’s game additions.

Grounded on GeForce NOWWhat is this, a game for ants?!

Who shrunk the kids? Grounded from Obsidian Entertainment is an exhilarating, cooperative survival-adventure. The world of Grounded is a vast, beautiful and dangerous place — especially when you’ve been shrunken to the size of an ant. Explore, build and thrive together alongside the hordes of giant insects, fighting to survive the perils of a vast and treacherous backyard.

Pentiment on GeForce NOWUnravel a web of deceit.

Also from Obsidian is historical narrative-focused Pentiment, the critically acclaimed role-playing game featured on multiple Game of the Year lists in 2022. Step into a living illustrated world inspired by illuminated manuscripts — when Europe is at a crossroads of great religious and political change. Walk in the footsteps of Andreas Maler, a master artist amidst murders, scandals and intrigue in the Bavarian Alps. Impact a changing world and see the consequences of your decisions in this narrative adventure.

Deathloop on GeForce NOWIf at first you don’t succeed, die, die and die again.

DEATHLOOP  is a next-gen first-person shooter from ArkaneLyon, the award-winning studio behind the Dishonored franchise. In DEATHLOOP, two rival assassins are trapped in a time loop on the island of Blackreef, doomed to repeat the same day for eternity. The only chance for escape is to end the cycle by assassinating eight key targets before the day resets. Learn from each cycle, try new approaches and break the loop. The game also includes support for RTX ray tracing for Ultimate and Priority members.

These three Xbox titles join Gears 5 as supported games on GeForce NOW. Members can stream these or more than 1,600 others in the GeForce NOW library.

Priority members can play at up to 1080p 60 frames per second and skip the waiting lines, and Ultimate members can play at up to 4K 120 fps on PC and Mac.

Play across nearly any device — including Chromebooks, mobile devices, SHIELD TVs and supported smart TVs. Learn more about support for Xbox PC games on GeForce NOW.

More Adventures

Lord of the Rings Gollum on GeForce NOWStart your Middle-earth journey in the cloud.

Middle-earth calls, as The Lord of the Rings: Gollum comes to GeForce NOW. Embark on a captivating interactive experience in this action-adventure game that unfolds parallel to the events of The Fellowship of the Ring. Assume the role of the enigmatic Gollum on a treacherous journey, discovering how he outsmarted the most formidable characters in Middle-earth. Priority and Ultimate members can experience the epic story with support for RTX ray tracing and DLSS technology.

In addition, members can look for the following:

  • Blooming Business: Casino (New release on Steam, May 23)
  • Plane of Lana (New release on Steam, May 23)
  • Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun (New release on Steam, May 23)
  • Above Snakes (New release on Steam, May 25)
  • Railway Empire 2 (New release on Steam, May 25)
  • The Lord of the Rings: Gollum (New release on Steam, May 25)
  • Deathloop (Steam)
  • Grounded (Steam)
  • Lawn Mowing Simulator (Steam)
  • Pentiment (Steam)
  • The Ascent (Steam)
  • Patch Quest (Steam)

Warhammer Skulls Festival on GeForce NOW

The Warhammer Skulls Festival is live today. Check it out for information about upcoming games in the Warhammer franchise, plus discounts on Warhammer titles on Steam and Epic Games Store. Stay up to date on these and other discounts through the GeForce NOW app.

Finally, we’ve got a question for you this week. Let us know what mischief you’d be up to on Twitter or in the comments below.

You wake up one morning smaller than an ant. 🐜

What's the most evil thing you can do? 😈

🌩 NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) May 24, 2023

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