GeForce is now showing its best games to play during the holidays

Christmas is just around the corner, and Nvidia has another GeForce NOW update ready for subscribers. Every week, the service adds new titles for players to stream to any supported device, allowing you to play PC-quality games almost anywhere without the need for a powerful desktop.

This time, it’s more of a feature update than a library update. Specifically, NVIDIA collected some of the games they recommend to users, and ended up collecting data on which games gamers recommend, and if you want to know the most popular games on the service according to the GFN community, you can check them out below:

  • Battlefield 2042
  • Midnight from Marvel
  • Warhammer 40,000: Darktide
  • dying light 2
  • Destiny 2
  • Genshin effect
  • The Witcher 3: Next-Gen Update
  • mass effect
  • sefo
  • Rocket League

These are the recommendations made by the players, a lot of these games come with additional features like touch controls for mobile devices. Of course, you can also squeeze those gaming capabilities in with GeForce NOW’s RTX 3080 driver.

As for the new content coming this week, it’s a pretty short list. Monopoly Plus players can look forward to more support for the Monopoly Madness DLC. For brand new titles coming to GeForce NOW, only Dinkum will be added. Over the past few weeks, games like the aforementioned Marvel’s Midnight Suns have been added to GeForce NOW.

EA users also had a good run last week; Origin members can migrate their saves to GeForce NOW and access their data from there. The first title supported is Battlefield 2042.

That will end this week’s GeForce NOW update, but we’ll continue to update as we make more changes to the service, including deals, membership benefits, and more. GeForce NOW is available on PC, iOS, Android, NVIDIA SHIELD, and select Smart TVs. You can also play your favorite games with the power of the cloud with Logitech G Cloud and Cloud Gaming Chromebooks from Acer, Asus, and Lenovo.

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