Cloud gaming is taking the world by storm in recent times. This is partly because it’s becoming increasingly harder to score a graphics card at MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price). Moreover, platforms like Amazon Luna and Google Stadia are booming in popularity. The biggest selling point of these platforms is that they involve no downloads and fancy hardware. If you just have a good internet connection and a smart device, you are good to go. Most of these cloud gaming platforms are readily expanding their libraries these days. Thus, it is even more interesting to get one of these subscriptions.
RTX: It’s On in Far Cry 6
Nvidia recently announced in its weekly blog post that a couple of games are getting support for Ray Tracing technology in GeForce Now. This means that these games will run with Ray Tracing turned on in the settings by default on capable hardware. The two new games that got Ray Tracing support in GeForce Now include:
- Far Cry 6 (New Launch in Epic Games Store)
- Bright Memory: Infinite (New launch on Steam)
Both of these games are fairly recent. While Far Cry 6 was another brilliant entry into the series featuring charismatic villains like Anton Castillo, Joseph Seed, and Vaas, among others, Bright Memory: Infinite was one of the finest indie titles of 2021.
Along with this, GeForce Now is also expanding its library this week. Six new titles are added to the cloud gaming service. The list also includes Farming Simulator 22, one of the biggest titles of 2021. However, there is one downside. The DLCs that make games like Farming Simulator famous cannot be accessed through the service. Even though you bought them from Farming Simulator’s official website, you cannot access them from within the version included with GeForce Now.
The six new titles included in GeForce Now are as follows:
- EVE Online (New launch in Epic Games Store)
- SCARF (Launched in Epic Games Store and on Steam)
- Second Extinction (New launch in Epic Games Store)
- House Flipper (New launch on Steam and in Epic Games Store)
- Tannenberg (New launch in Epic Games Store and on Steam)
- Farming Simulator 22 (New launch on Steam and in Epic Games Store)
GeForce Now is easily one of the best cloud gaming services out there. They are expanding their library enormously and competing with services like Amazon Luna and Google Stadia. With so much healthy competition, the cloud gaming industry has no other way but to progress forward at a steady pace.