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God of War will be removed from the GeForce NOW library on July 1, a new blog post from NVIDIA detailing the service’s upcoming titles has revealed. It will remain available to play for anyone who has played the game at least once on NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service, however. Despite that loss, GeForce NOW subscribers can expect the addition of 25 more games to the service this month, including POSTAL: Brain Damaged and Starship Troopers – Terran Command. The paid membership options for GeForce NOW comprise the Priority and RTX 3080 tiers, the latter of which costs $19.99/month and supports up to 4K resolution and 120 FPS. God of War received a new patch this week that adds AMD FidelityFX Resolution 2.0 to the game.

This week’s additions:

  • LEAP (New release on Steam)
  • Souldiers (New release on Steam)
  • Twilight Wars: Declassified (New release on Steam)
  • ABRISS – build to destroy (Steam)
  • ANNO: Mutationem (Steam)
  • Kathy Rain: Director’s Cut (Steam)
  • Star Conflict (Steam)

Coming later this month:

  • MythBusters: The Game – Crazy Experiments Simulator (New release on Steam, June 8)
  • POSTAL: Brain Damaged (New release on Steam, June 9)
  • Pro Cycling Manager 2022 (New release on Steam, June 9)
  • Tour de France 2022 (New release on Steam, June 9)
  • Builder Simulator (New release on Steam, June 9)
  • Chivalry 2 (New release on Steam, June 12)
  • Starship Troopers – Terran Command (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store, June 16)
  • Airborne Kingdom (Steam)
  • Core Keeper (Steam)
  • Fishing: North Atlantic (Steam)
  • Immortal Life (Steam)
  • The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II (Steam)
  • KeyWe (Steam)
  • King Arthur: Knight’s Tale (Steam)
  • Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries (Steam)
  • No Straight Roads: Encore Edition (Steam)
  • Silt (Steam and Epic Games Store)
  • SimAirport (Steam)

On July 1, God of War (Steam, Epic Games Store) will be removed from the GeForce NOW library. However, it will remain available for those who have played the game at least once on GeForce NOW.

As part of the GeForce NOW opt-in process, some games may continue to be available to members on a legacy basis. This will allow members who have started playing a game at least once on GeForce NOW to continue playing it, even after the game has been removed for users who have not played it.

Source: NVIDIA

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