Nvidia’s GeForce Now has added a lot more games to its repertoire of streaming titles, with the main addition being Crysis Remastered.
You may now play Crysis Remastered (either the Steam or Epic Games Store versions) via Nvidia’s streaming service, and beginning May 1, the Crysis Reborn Trilogy (Crysis plus two additional episodes) will be available on the Epic Games Store.
Subscribers will be able to use the shooter with ray tracing bells and whistles enabled, regardless of what hardware they have, and there’s also DLSS support on top of that.
Four additional games are now available on GeForce Now, including three Crysis games. The following is the complete list of new additions:
- Crysis Remastered (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Crysis Remastered Trilogy (new game launch on Epic Games Store)
- Crysis 2 Remastered (new game launch on Epic Games Store)
- Crysis 3 Remastered (new game launch on Epic Games Store)
- The Riftbreaker (new game launch on Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Fire Commander (new game launch on Steam)
- Going Medieval (Epic Games Store)
- Steins;Gate 0 (Steam)
Thanks to streaming, the management of Crysis is simple.
Nvidia didn’t miss out on the opportunity to reference the ‘But can it run Crysis’ meme, making it clear that any device, even a dusty old laptop, may now manage the shooter with ray tracing features activated.
The only limitation when streaming games is your internet connection’s speed (and dependability).
The Crysis games are the big news, of course, but Going Medieval, which is establishing itself as a viable colony game (it’s essentially RimWorld except with the option to design in 3D and a more relaxed pace), should also be mentioned.
In the meantime, NVIDIA GeForce Now is continuing to add exciting games on a regular basis, with Far Cry 6 now available for streaming (following Apex Legends, which was the lone EA game previously).
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