It’s a jam-packed July with 14 newly supported titles in the GeForce NOW library, including Remnant II from Gunfire Games and Gearbox Publishing.
Need a new adventure? Check out the nine additions streaming from the cloud this week.
Plus, the Steam Summer Sale kicks off this week, and many supported titles in the GeForce NOW library are available for cheap. Keep an eye out for promotional updates right in the GeForce NOW app.
New Jams for July
Hire mercs, meet interesting characters, and fight in tactically deep turn-based combat in Jagged Alliance 3, coming this month.
The GeForce NOW library is always expanding. July brings support for 14 more titles streaming from the cloud, including Remnant II, Jagged Alliance 3, Xenonauts 2 and more.
Upgrade to a GeForce NOW Ultimate membership to play these and more than 1,600 other titles at RTX 4080 quality, with support for 4K 120 frames per second gameplay and ultrawide resolutions. Priority and Ultimate members can also play supported titles with RTX ON for real-time cinematic lighting.
Check out the full list:
The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie (New release on Steam, July 7)
Jagged Alliance 3 (New release on Steam, July 14)
Xenonauts 2 (Steam, July 18)
Viewfinder (Steam, July 18)
Techtonica (Steam, July 18)
Remnant II (Steam, July 25)
F1 Manager 2023 (Steam, July 31)
MotoGP 23 (Steam)
OCTOPATH TRAVELER (Steam)
OCTOPATH TRAVELER II (Steam)
Pro Cycling Manager 2023 (Steam)
Riders Republic (Steam)
Starship Troopers: Extermination (Steam)
Jump into gaming with what’s new on GeForce NOW this week:
One Lonely Outpost (New release on Steam)
AEW: Fight Forever (New release on Steam, June 29)
Darkest Dungeon (Steam)
Darkest Dungeon II (Steam)
Derail Valley (Steam)
Age of Empires: Definitive Edition (Steam)
I Am Fish (Steam)
Golf Gang (Steam)
Contraband Police (Steam)
In addition to the 20 games announced in June, four extra joined GeForce NOW this month, including this week’s additions, One Lonely Outpost and AEW: Fight Forever, as well as:
Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition didn’t make it in June due to technical issues. Stay tuned to GFN Thursday for more updates.
What’s on your playlist this month? Let us know your answer on Twitter or in the comments below.
Reply with a prediction of what you think will be your most played game in July.
Then come back at the end of the month and see if you were right.
— NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) June 28, 2023