The Nvidia leak is verified with the arrival of the PlayStation Studios exclusive God of War. Here is the full list of new games added to the service for this GFN Thursday.
This new GFN Thursday does not do things by halves by adding the PlayStation Studios exclusive God of War to the GeForce Now catalog. It is accompanied by a handful of new games, some of which are completely new.
God of War joins GeForce Now
After selling over 10 million copies on PS4 and PS5 and receiving a more than warm reception on PC, God of War is available now on GeForce Now. A suprise ? No. Already it was in the Nvidia leak with FF9 remake. Then, the manufacturer had teased this novelty with an easily recognizable silhouette.
On the technical side, depending on the device, Nvidia promises 1440p or 1600p in resolution, up to 120fps. If you are an RTX 3080 member, gaming sessions can last up to eight hours without interruption, just to appreciate this God of War as it should be.
With the power of GeForce NOW, members can now travel the Nordic wilderness on almost any device. Streaming from the cloud, members can play on their Mac in up to 1440p or 1600p on supported devices. They can also play on the go on their mobile device at up to 120 FPSwith play sessions lasting up to up to eight hours for RTX 3080 members.
Seven other new games available
God of War isn’t the only GeForce Now title this week. For this GFN Thursday, Nvidia is strong with new features. We have in particular MotoGP 22 and Terraformers which are released today, Thursday April 21, 2022. Here is the list of the seven additional games:
- Lila’s Sky Ark
- Lumote: The Mastermote Chronicles
- Warstride Challenges
GeForce Now offers three types of subscription :
- Free (basic platform, standard access to servers, play time limited to 1 hour)
- Priority at €9.99 per month (RTX One premium platform, special access to premium servers, 6 hour sessions? up to 1080p at 60fps)
- RTX 3080 at €19.99 per month (RTX 3080 RTX On, access to 3080 servers, 8 hour playtime, up to 1440p at 120fps PC/Mac, Shield TV HDR up to 4K).