Nvidia GeForce Now gets 19 shiny new games, after losing a few big ones

For now at least, Nvidia’s promising new GeForce Now cloud gaming service seems to be in a grin-and-bear-it situation. Mere weeks after its February 2020 launch, it already lost a few major publishers, which was a big blow to what was an impressive library that included top titles like the […]

For now at least, Nvidia’s promising new GeForce Now cloud gaming service seems to be in a grin-and-bear-it situation. Mere weeks after its February 2020 launch, it already lost a few major publishers, which was a big blow to what was an impressive library that included top titles like the Borderlands franchise, Call of Duty games, Bioshock, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and World of Warcraft.

Luckily, Nvidia seems undeterred. The company just added 19 shiny new games to its GeForce Now lineup, led by Enplex Games’s Population Zero, which is still in early access.

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