Saints Row, Rumbleverse, and More Join NVIDIA GeForce NOW This Month

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NVIDIA has confirmed the next batch of games that will be added to its cloud gaming service this month.

August’s GeForce NOW additions total 38 exciting titles, including a number of new/upcoming releases, such as F1 Manager 2022, Ultimate Fishing Simulator 2, and Rumbleverse, a “free-to-play, 40-person Brawler Royale where anyone can be a champion.” Subscribers will also be able to stream their copies of Saints Row, a reboot of the action-adventure franchise by Volition, the same developer behind the 2006 original and other games in the series.

The full list of games coming to GeForce NOW later this August:

Games ready to play today:

Additions from July:

GeForce NOW is available in Free, Priority, and RTX 3080 tiers, the latter of which costs $19.99/month or $99.99/six months and includes plenty of benefits, as explained by NVIDIA.

Looking for the highest-performance cloud gaming experience possible? Welcome our newest membership tier, GeForce NOW RTX 3080. Upgrade nearly any device to a GeForce RTX 3080 gaming rig, unlocking up to 1440p, 120FPS and 4K HDR.

The all-new GeForce NOW RTX 3080 membership smashes through the 60 FPS barrier to stream a high-resolution, ultra-low latency, more competitive experience. With exclusive access to GeForce RTX 3080 gaming servers, the shortest wait times and longest session lengths, the RTX 3080 membership takes cloud gaming to the next level.

GeForce NOW’s Priority tier costs $9.99/month or $49.99/six months but only provides streams of up to 1080p at 60 FPS. Session lengths are also limited to six hours.

Source: NVIDIA

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