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You can also find out more about the following: GeForce NowThe anniversary celebrations continue. Logitech offers a discount to members on its G Cloud.
Six new titles are coming to the cloud in the next week. The InquisitorKalypso Media celebrates the GeForce Now anniversary with a special shout out.
“Congrats to four years of empowering gamers to play anywhere, anytime,”Marco Nier, the head of marketing and PR at Kalypso Media, said: “We’re thrilled to raise a glass to GeForce NOW for their four-year anniversary and commitment to bringing AAA gaming to gamers — here’s to many more chapters in this cloud-gaming adventure!”
Stream Kalypso Media’s dark fantasy adventure and more titles that are now supported on GeForce NOW capable devices today, whether you’re at home with a gaming rig or TV, or on the move with handheld streaming.
GeForce NOW is a cloud gaming service that can be accessed on a range of devices, from PCs and Macs to gaming handhelds. GeForce NOW, a cloud-based gaming service, is available on a variety of devices. This includes PCs, Macs, and gaming handhelds. GeForce RTXCloud-powered servers.
GeForce Now is a dedicated app for Windows and macOS that allows you to enjoy cloud streaming. Gamers can enjoy stunning visuals with smooth frame rates streaming up to 240 frames/second on PCs with low power. Ultimate members can also stream at ultrawide resolutions.
Stream graphically demanding games to your TV and enjoy them on the big screen The Witcher 3.The following are some of the ways to get in touch with us: Alan Wake 2, in native 4K on Samsung Smart TVs and LG Smart Televisions, directly from your couch. No console required. Or stream to any TV using NVIDIA SHIELD TVFor the ultimate gaming experience.
Neon lights are available for gamers on the move. Cyberpunk 2077Play a variety of ray tracing games on a lightweight, portable device ChromebookGeForce NOW members can also stream up to 1600p and 120 fps. GeForce NOW subscribers can also stream at Android devices now have higher resolutionsUp to 1440p 120 fps.
GeForce Now is now available on all new handheld gaming devices. ASUS ROG AlleyThen, you can get in touch with us. Logitech G Cloud. The Logitech g Cloud is an Android-based device with a seven inch 1080p (16:9) touchscreen, fully customisable controls, and GeForce NOW support right out of the package.
The Logitech G Cloud normally costs $349.99. However, Logitech and GeForce Now are offering a 20% discount for the first 500 Ultimate or Priority members who grab the code. GeForce NOW Rewards portalThe deal is valid until March 8th. Follow the GeForce NowJoin Logitech’s social media channels to be eligible to win a Logitech G Cloud as part of the anniversary celebrations in this month.
Members can play GeForce Now at home, on the road or in any other location without worrying about download times or system specifications.
Celebrate with New Games
Immerse yourself in an alternate reality with the world of The InquisitorPlay as Mordimer, an inquisitor that investigates a mysterious crime in the town Koenigstein. Play as Mordimer Magderdin, a inquisitor investigating a mysterious murder that occurred in the village of Koenigstein. Visit the dangerous Unworld, and fight against sinners.
The six new games released this week are led by the title. Here’s the full list:
- Stormgate (Demo on Steam, available Feb. 5-12 during Steam Next Fest)
- The Inquisitor New Release on Steam, Feb. 8)
- Aragami 2 (XboxMicrosoft Store (available on Microsoft Store)
- Art of rally (XboxMicrosoft Store (available on Microsoft Store)
- DotAGE (Steam)
- Tram Simulator Urban Transit (Steam)
- The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series (Steam)
What are you playing this weekend? Let us know what you’re planning to play this weekend! XYou can also leave a comment below.
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