March is here, and a new month always means new games, with 19 games joining GeForce NOW library.

Embark on a magical journey to relive the magic of Disney Disney Dreamlight Valley will join the cloud later this month. Also, the hunt is on with Capcom Monster Hunter Rise is now available to stream to all members, as is major new content for Battlefield 2042 and Fate 2.

Stay tuned to GFN on Thursday for future updates on the former Microsoft titles are coming to GeForce NOW.

Once in a cloud

Disney Dreamlight Valley on GeForce NOW
Live the Disney dream life in the cloud.

Go on a dream adventure when Disney Dreamlight Valley by Gameloft releases in the cloud on Thursday, March 16. In this adventure simulation game, Disney and Pixar characters live in harmony until Oblivion threatens to destroy the wonderful memories its inhabitants have created. Help restore the magic of Disney in the Valley and embark on a magical journey full of quests, explorations and favorite Disney and Pixar friends.

Live the Disney dream by collecting thousands of decorative items inspired by the worlds of Disney and Pixar to personalize gamers’ own unique Valley homes. The game’s latest free update, Friendship Festival, offers even more features, items, and characters to interact with.

Disney fans of all ages will enjoy their favorite Disney characters Encanto Mirabel to The the lion kingScar throughout the game when it launches in the cloud later this month. Participants can go to their PC, Poppy and other devices to start your adventure without worrying about download times, system requirements or storage space.

March Madness

Starting from the month, the popular role-playing game from Capcom Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, including Free title update 4, which brings the return of Elder Dragon Velhana, lord of the tundra, who freezes everything in his path. The game is now available for streaming to GeForce NOW members, so new and returning hunters can move their monster hunting careers to the cloud seamlessly.

Battlefield Season 4 on GeForce NOW
Dominate the battlefield.

New blockbuster streaming content is also available to members this week. Eleven o’clock this is the last issue of the season for Battlefield 2042, including a new map, specialist, weapon and vehicle to help players dominate the battle.

Destiny 2 Lightfall on GeForce NOW
Eyes up, Guardians.

Fall of light, Fate 2 the latest expansion after last year’s Queen of witches, brings Guardians one step closer to concluding the Saga of Light and Darkness. Experience an all-new campaign, exotic gear and weapons, a new six-player raid, and more as players prepare for the beginning of the end.

To top it all off, here are three new games added this week:

Here’s what the rest of March looks like:

  • Hotel renovation (New release on steamMarch 7)
  • Clash: Artifacts of Chaos (New release on steamMarch 9)
  • Fig. 2: Creed Valley (New release on steamMarch 9)
  • Monster Energy Supercross – Official Video Game 6 (New release on steamMarch 9)
  • Big ambitions (New release on steamMarch 10)
  • Legend of Heroes: Paths to Azure (New release on steamMarch 14)
  • Smallland: Survive the Wilds (New release on steamMarch 29)
  • Ravenbound (New release on steamMarch 30)
  • DEAR (New release on steamMarch 30)
  • The Great War: The Western Front (New release on steamMarch 30)
  • Systemic shock (New release on steam and Epic Games Store)
  • Amber dreams (steam)
  • Disney Dreamlight Valley (steam and Epic Games Store)
  • No one survived (steam)
  • Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga (steam)
  • Fantasy Tower (steam)

Extra, Extra!

Although February is the shortest month, there was no shortage of games. Four additional games have been added to the cloud for GeForce NOW members in addition to the 25 games announced:

Several announced games didn’t make it to February due to shifting release dates, among others Above the Snakes and Heads Will Roll: Reforged. Command & Conquer Remastered Collection was removed from GeForce NOW on March 1st due to a technical issue. In addition, DIE and Dark and dark playtest didn’t reach the cloud this month. Look for updates on some of these titles in an upcoming GFN on Thursday.

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