NVIDIA has a new announcement for their game streaming service GeForce Now. Beginning this week, they will regularly have GeForce Now every Thursday. To inaugurate this launch the first game will be Remedy Games’ Control. Control has been in the new a lot since release. Initially it received praise for use of NVIDIA’s ray tracing and DLSS technologies.
Control continues to get accolades in winning awards for its art direction. Most recently it was one of the first games to be upgraded with NVIDIA’s DLSS 2.0. Control’s addition to GeForce Now will also include RTX ON. This means users can take advantage of the game’s advanced features normally exclusive to NVIDIA’s RTX tier GPU’s. Originally released on Epic Games Store its developer, Remedy Games, just signed a new deal with the online publisher. CEO and founder of EGS has also had positive things to say about GeForce Now in turn.
More games released for GeForce Now
- Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead
- Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
- Dungeons 3
- IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad
- Jagged Alliance 2- Wildfire
- The Guild 3
GeForce Now’s currently has a Free-to-Play Weekend that lasts from now to March 30th. They do state they are working on bringing Control’s latest DLC, The Foundation to the streaming service. That DLC was just released on March 13th and includes DLSS 2.0.