NVIDIA Celebrates First Year of GeForce NOW: 6 Million Members, 800 Games, and 175 Million Hours Streamed

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GeForce NOW is only one year old, but the cloud gaming service is already shaping up to be a big success based on an infographic that NVIDIA shared as part of an article celebrating its first anniversary. In that short time, the service has managed to attract 6 million members and build an ample library of 800 games, 175 million hours of which have been streamed thus far. GeForce NOW also boasts 80 titles that are free to play.

“We’ve been blown away by the passion and fandom of its members,” NVIDIA wrote. “Over 175 million hours have been streamed and more than 130 million moments have been captured with NVIDIA Highlights. It is the gamers who continue to push GeForce NOW forward.”

“Over the past year, we onboarded hundreds of games and are now supporting more than 800 titles, including 80 of the most-played free-to-play games, from over 300 publishers. Games like Cyberpunk 2077, Control and The Medium turned RTX ON to deliver real-time ray tracing and cinematic-quality graphics.”

NVIDIA went on to remind users that GeForce NOW can now be enjoyed via Google Chrome as part of the cloud gaming service’s latest update (2.0.27). The service is also getting 30 new titles this month, which include Apex Legends Season 8, Valheim, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood, and a demo for Square Enix’s Outriders.

Tsing Mui
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