Summary: September is an exciting month for gamers with the arrival of 24 new games on the GeForce NOW library, 13 of which are available this week, plus the addition of Microsoft titles like Quake II, Gears Tactics, and Halo Infinite. Chromebook owners can also take advantage of an irresistible offer from NVIDIA and Google, with three free months of a GeForce NOW Priority membership.
- 24 new games available on GeForce NOW in September
- Google and NVIDIA offering Chromebook owners three free months of a GeForce NOW Priority membership
- 32 games announced, an additional 36 games were added to the cloud gaming service across multiple stores
As summer transitions into September, gamers have plenty to look forward to with the arrival of highly anticipated titles on the Geforce NOW library. This month, gamers can expect the release of games like Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty expansion, Payday 3, and Party Animals. These are just a few of the 24 new games that will be available on the cloud gaming service in September.
Not only that, but Sea of Stars will be joining the Game Pass lineup, making it one of the 13 new games arriving this week. And there’s more to come! Microsoft titles like Quake II, Gears Tactics, and Halo Infinite will also be making their way to the cloud this month. It’s an exciting time for gamers everywhere.
But that’s not all. nVidia has teamed up with Google to offer Chromebook owners an irresistible deal. With the purchase of a Cloud Gaming Chromebook, users can enjoy three free months of a GeForce NOW Priority membership. Chromebooks are the perfect companion for cloud gaming, offering high-resolution displays and smooth refresh rates.
One game that stands out among the new releases is Party Animals. Developed by Recreate Games and Source Technology, this physics-based party brawler promises hilarious moments with friends. Players can choose to fight as adorable puppies, mischievous kittens, magical unicorns, or even fearsome sharks and dinosaurs. With a variety of game modes and weapons at your disposal, Party Animals is sure to bring the fun to any party.
Speaking of Chromebooks, they provide an excellent platform for streaming games from GeForce NOW. With stunning visuals and high refresh rates, Chromebook gamers can dive into a vast library of over 1,600 hit games, including popular titles like Baldur’s Gate 3 and Remnant II. GeForce NOW Priority members can also enjoy RTX ON in games like Cyberpunk 2077 and Control, while Ultimate members can access technologies like DLSS 3.5 in upcoming games such as Alan Wake 2 and Portal with RTX.
To make things even better, Google and NVIDIA are offering Chromebook owners three free months of a GeForce NOW Priority membership. And for those looking for the ultimate gaming experience, the Ultimate membership is also available with three free months included. More information on how to redeem these offers can be found on Google’s Keyword blog or the Chromebooks Perks page.
Every GFN Thursday brings a fresh batch of new games, and this week is no exception. Sabotage Studio’s Sea of Stars, a retro-inspired role-playing game, takes players on an epic journey filled with vibrant worlds and dynamic combat. As two Children of the Solstice, players must harness the power of the sun and moon to defeat the evil alchemist known as the Fleshmancer. Sea of Stars is now available for streaming via Game Pass or Steam.
In addition to Sea of Stars, there are 13 other exciting games joining the lineup this week. From Chants of Sennaar to Warhaven, there’s something for every gamer’s taste. And this is just a taste of what September has in store for us.
With so many new games and exciting offers, it’s safe to say that August was an amazing month for gamers. In addition to the 32 games announced, an additional 36 games were added to the cloud gaming service across multiple stores. The library continues to grow, providing endless entertainment for gamers worldwide.
So gear up, grab your Chromebook, and get ready for an unforgettable gaming experience with GeForce NOW.
About Google: Google, founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998, is a multinational technology company known for its internet-related services and products. Initially for its search engine, Google has since expanded into various domains including online advertising, cloud computing, software development, and hardware devices. With its innovative approach, Google has introduced influential products such as Google Search, Android OS, Google Maps, and Google Drive. The company's commitment to research and development has led to advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning.Google Website: https://www.google.com
Google LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/amazon
About Microsoft: Microsoft, founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen in 1975 in Redmond, Washington, USA, is a technology giant known for its wide range of software products, including the Windows operating system, Office productivity suite, and cloud services like Azure. Microsoft also manufactures hardware, such as the Surface line of laptops and tablets, Xbox gaming consoles, and accessories.Microsoft Website: https:/www.microsoft.com
Microsoft LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/microsoft/
About nVidia: NVIDIA has firmly established itself as a leader in the realm of client computing, continuously pushing the boundaries of innovation in graphics and AI technologies. With a deep commitment to enhancing user experiences, NVIDIA's client computing business focuses on delivering solutions that power everything from gaming and creative workloads to enterprise applications. for its GeForce graphics cards, the company has redefined high-performance gaming, setting industry standards for realistic visuals, fluid frame rates, and immersive experiences. Complementing its gaming expertise, NVIDIA's Quadro and NVIDIA RTX graphics cards cater to professionals in design, content creation, and scientific fields, enabling real-time ray tracing and AI-driven workflows that elevate productivity and creativity to unprecedented heights. By seamlessly integrating graphics, AI, and software, NVIDIA continues to shape the landscape of client computing, fostering innovation and immersive interactions in a rapidly evolving digital world.nVidia Website: https://www.nvidia.com
nVidia LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nvidia/
Chromebook: A Chromebook is a type of laptop computer that runs on Google's Chrome OS operating system, designed for seamless online connectivity and cloud-based computing. These devices are optimized for web-based tasks, relying heavily on Google's suite of apps and services. Chromebooks are known for their fast boot times, ease of use, and security features, such as automatic updates and sandboxing. They often come with limited local storage, as they encourage users to store files and applications in the cloud
Chromebook Website: https://www.google.com/chromebook/
DLSS: DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) is an advanced AI-powered technology developed by NVIDIA that enhances real-time graphics rendering in video games and applications. DLSS utilizes deep learning algorithms to upscale lower-resolution images in real-time, resulting in higher-quality visuals while maintaining optimal performance. By harnessing the power of AI and deep neural networks, DLSS effectively boosts frame rates and image quality, enabling gamers to experience smoother gameplay and more immersive graphics without sacrificing computational efficiency. This technology has gained widespread recognition for its ability to deliver impressive visual fidelity and improved performance simultaneously, revolutionizing the way modern computer graphics are processed and displayed.
DLSS Website: https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce/technologies/dlss
Geforce: Geforce is a line of graphics processing units (GPUs) developed by Nvidia. It is the most popular GPU used in the computer industry today. Geforce GPUs are used in gaming PCs, workstations, and high-end laptops. They are also used in virtual reality systems, artificial intelligence, and deep learning applications. Geforce GPUs are designed to deliver high performance and power efficiency, making them ideal for gaming and other demanding applications. They are also capable of rendering high-resolution graphics and providing smooth, realistic visuals. Geforce GPUs are used in a variety of applications, from gaming to professional workstations, and are the preferred choice for many computer users.
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