GeForce NOW introduces Marvel’s Midnight Sun and 5 new games this week

It’s time to brighten up the holidays with the latest GeForce NOW update, this season, after all. This week, the service will be adding six new holiday titles, including Marvel’s Midnight Suns. This will add to the more than 1,400 games currently available on the service for streaming, some of which come with controls optimized for mobile devices.

So, as per usual, let’s reveal the six games joining the service this week:

  • Master of Magic (new version on Steam)
  • Roller Champions (new on Steam)
  • Wavetale (new version on Steam)
  • Cosmoteer: Starship Architect & Commander (Steam)
  • Floodland (steam)
  • Marvel’s Midnight Suns (Epic Games Store)

You’ll be able to light up those games like Christmas trees with RTX ON, thanks to the RTX 3080 membership, while also being able to have extended gaming sessions and dedicated servers that allow gamers to get into their favorite games from anywhere faster. You can also take your gaming on the go with mobile controls optimized for games like Genshin Impact and Fortnite.

NVIDIA also announced something for EA players this week. Members playing the Origin version of Electronic Arts games will now transfer titles, content, cloud saves, and friend lists to the EA app and make them available for streaming from GeForce NOW. The first game to see this new system in place will be Battlefield 2042.

Plus, the Epic Games Store will be giving away free games every week for the holidays, so if you’d like more than 100 free-to-play titles in your GeForce NOW library, you can head over to Epic’s Free Games page. NVIDIA has stated that several titles from Epic Games giveaways will be added to the service.

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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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