Summary: NVIDIA's GeForce NOW cloud gaming service is bringing 15 new games to its platform this week, plus the Virtex Stadium esports viewing experience and Apex Legends: Ignite, with 54 titles set to be released in November.
- 15 new games added to the platform
- Esports fans can join thousands of others in the virtual Virtex Stadium for a unique viewing experience of the League of Legends world championship
- Apex Legends: Ignite, the latest season of the popular battle royale game developed by Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment
Geforce NOW, the cloud gaming service by nVidia, is bringing a host of exciting updates to its members. This week, 15 new games have been added to the platform, with a total of 54 titles set to be released in November. But that’s not all – esports fans can now join thousands of others in the virtual Virtex Stadium for a unique viewing experience of the League of Legends world championship.
Virtex Stadium is an online venue that allows esports enthusiasts to connect with friends from around the world, customize avatars, and watch live competitions together. Starting from November 2nd, fans can catch all the action of the League of Legends Worlds 2023 in Virtex Stadium. The platform also offers interactive features like props and emotes for viewers to cheer on their favorite players via chat.
The best part is that GeForce NOW members and League of Legends fans can seamlessly access Virtex Stadium without creating a new login. Within the Virtex Stadium app, members can create a “Ready Player Me” avatar and account to save their digital characters for future visits. They can even link their Twitch accounts to engage in chat and emote with other viewers while enjoying the championship.
In addition to Virtex Stadium, GeForce NOW has added Apex Legends: Ignite, the latest season of the popular battle royale game developed by Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment. Players can explore new maps, unlock rewards, and experience thrilling gameplay with the new support Legend called Conduit.
But that’s not all – members can also dive into 15 other newly supported games this week, including Headbangers: Rhythm Royale, Jusant, RoboCop: Rogue City, The Talos Principle 2, and more. And there’s plenty more to look forward to in November, with a diverse lineup of games like The Invincible, Roboquest, Dungeons 4, and Jurassic World Evolution 2.
GeForce NOW has been on a roll, with 48 games added to its library in October alone. Some notable additions from last month include Curse of the Dead Gods, ENDLESS Dungeon, Farming Simulator 19, Hearts of Iron IV, and Virtex Stadium. The platform continues to expand its offerings, ensuring that gamers have a wide range of options to choose from.
Unfortunately, a few games like War Hospital, StalCraft, and VEILED EXPERTS faced delays or technical issues and couldn’t make it to the October lineup. But rest assured, GeForce NOW is constantly working to bring more updates and improvements to its service.
So gear up and get ready to immerse yourself in the world of gaming with GeForce NOW. With a growing library of games and exciting features like Virtex Stadium, the cloud gaming experience just keeps getting better.
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
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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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