It’s an exciting GFN Thursday with Legends of GRID race to the cloud this week. It hosts a total of eight new expansion games GeForce NOW library. New content for Rainbow Six Siege is also currently streaming.
Additionally, two new cities are now online GeForce RTX 4080 performance for cloud gaming. Chicago and Montreal have completed upgrades to the RTX 4080 SuperPOD, enabling next-generation cloud streaming GeForce NOW End members.
Immerse yourself in the spectacular action GRID Legends, a racing game from EA with drama at every turn. Fight for glory with a variety of incredible cars on stellar tracks with iconic landmarks from the streets of London and Moscow.
Immerse yourself in the world of high-stakes racing like a newbie behind the wheel with a documentary crew capturing every sensational moment. Complete hundreds of events and challenges and build your dream racing team in a unique cinematic story mode. Join other legends online and compete with your friends or challenge them to a race designed in the Race Creator mode.
GeForce NOW members can experience it all in high dynamic range on PC, Mac and TV SHIELD for smooth, ultra-clear driving, even in intense racing conditions.
Update roll call
RTX 4080 SuperPODs have been spreading around the world for a couple of months now, so it’s time to check out the RTX 4080 by name.
Chicago and Montreal bring the number of cities at server update map to 10, joining Ashburn, Dallas, Los Angeles and San Jose in the US and Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London and Paris in Europe. It is now halfway through and the rollout is expected to be completed by mid-year.
Here are a few reasons to upgrade:
- NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology is enabled to boost performance with AI in supported games such as HITMAN World of Assassination and Marvel’s Midnight Suns. This means that streaming 4K from the cloud ensures smooth gameplay at up to 120fps, even with settings set to max.
- NVIDIA Reflex provides ultra-low latency. Combined with DLSS 3, this technology allows Ultimate members to stream games such as Rainbow Six Siege and Apex Legends at up to 240 fps on PC and Mac with a total latency of just 35 milliseconds for streaming that is almost indistinguishable from running on a local computer.
- For the first time in the cloud, ultra-wide resolution is supported, giving Ultimate members the most immersive gameplay in No one’s sky, Cyberpunk 2077 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
End members 10 cities in and around the map are streaming with new performance today and you can take full advantage of them RTX technologies in the cloud A level higher to next-generation cloud streaming today for ultra-fast gaming.
Spring ahead with new games
Operation command this is the newest season of year 8 for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, is now available for members to stream. The update brings a new villain named Bravo, equipped with the Kludge drone, a gadget that can disable enemy electronic devices and even take over some of them to turn the tide of battle.
That’s on top of eight games joining the cloud this week:
- Hotel renovation (New release on steam)
- 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)
- The call of the sea (Free on Epic gamesMarch 9)
- Legends of GRID (steam and EA)
- Scars above (steam)
There are a lot of cloud-streamed games out there, and we want to know your top three. Let us know in the comments below or at Twitter and Facebook.
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