EnglishGerman

GFN Thursday Delivers Seven New Games This Week

TGIGFNT: thank goodness it’s GFN Thursday. Start your weekend early with seven new games joining the GeForce NOW library of over 1,400 titles.

Whether it’s streaming on an older-than-the-dinosaurs PC, a Mac that normally couldn’t dream of playing PC titles, or mobile devices – it’s all possible to play your way thanks to GeForce NOW.

Get Right Into the Gaming

Test your tactical skills in the new authentic WW1 first person shooter, Isonzo.

The Great War on the Italian Front is brought to life and streaming from the cloud.

Battle among the scenic peaks, rugged valleys and idyllic towns of northern Italy. Choose from six classes based on historical combat roles and build a loadout from a selection of weapons, equipment and perks linked to that class. Shape a dynamic battlefield by laying sandbags and wire, placing ammo crates, deploying trench periscopes or sniper shields, and more.

Lead to charge to victory in this game and six more this week, including:

Isonzo (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store)
Little Orpheus (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store)
Q.U.B.E. 10th Anniversary (New release on Steam)
Metal: Hellsinger (New release on Steam, Sept. 15)
Animal Shelter (Steam)
Spirit of the North (Epic Games Store)
Startup Company (Returning to GeForce NOW, Steam)

Members can also discover impressive new prehistoric species with the Jurassic World Evolution 2: Late Cretaceous Pack DLC, available on GeForce NOW this week.

Inspired by the fascinating Late Cretaceous period, this pack includes four captivating species that roamed the land, sea and air over 65 million years ago from soaring, stealthy hunters of the skies to one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered.

Finally, kick off the weekend by telling us about a game that you love on Twitter or in the comments below.

what’s a game you didn’t expect to like, but now you love?

— NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) September 14, 2022

The post GFN Thursday Delivers Seven New Games This Week appeared first on NVIDIA Blog.

Generated by Feedzy