GeForce Now launched out of beta almost a year ago, but it’s taken that long for the service to finally have a curated list of supported games released by Nvidia.
The list is the biggest part of this week’s update to the service, allowing you to quickly see which games that you currently own can be streamed. Previously, you could’ve linked your Steam library to GeForce Now to have supported games highlighted, but there was no solution for other storefronts like the Epic Games Store and GOG beyond simple trial and error.
GeForce Now works with games you already own instead of presenting you a list of titles to purchase, so having an update catalogue of supported titles makes it easy to pick out which you can accelerate with Nvidia’s powerful remote hardware.
New games that join the service today include Control, Metro Exodus, Watch Dogs: Legion, and Cyberpunk 2077. All three are hardware-intensive and feature cutting-edge graphical technology such as ray tracing, making GeForce Now a great service to try them with all the bells and whistles without the hardware investment–especially considering it’s harder than ever buy new Nvidia or AMD GPUs even if you want to.
GeForce Now is still free to try, although you will be limited to hour-long sessions and won’t be given priority in queues when the service is under strain. Nvidia is offering a discount on its premium “priority access” Founder’s membership, which gives you six-hour long sessions and the ability to jump the queue. You can pick that up for $25 for six months access today.