Nvidia Teases Thousands More Games For GeForce Now As Service Reaches Subscriber Milestone

There are already 1500 games ready to be activated.


Nvidia has already reached a milestone with its GeForce Now streaming service, with the company celebrating over 1 million subscribers just a few weeks after its launch.

The subscriber total includes all new users from both the free plan and the Founder's membership, which itself includes a 90-day trial. Nvidia notes that it's important for its premium tier to offer a trial--not only for players, but for developers who might want to see the service in action before deciding on support for it.

Nvidia has had some trouble with that already, with Activision Blizzard yanking support for all of its games shortly after launch (which was due to an apparent misunderstanding). Nvidia notes that it foresees far more games joining the service than leaving, and teases more news on returning titles soon.

"As we approach a paid service, some publishers may choose to remove games before the trial period ends," reads the blog post. "Ultimately, they maintain control over their content and decide whether the game you purchase includes streaming on GeForce Now. Meanwhile, others will bring games back as they continue to realize GeForce Now's value (stay tuned for more on that)."

Right now, Nvidia has over 1,500 games ready and waiting to be approved for support, which will rapidly grow an already impressive library. Unlike Google's Stadia, GeForce Now doesn't require you to purchase games. Instead it works with any games you already own that are supported by the service, across Steam, the Epic Games Store, GOG, and more.

If you live in a supported region, you can subscribe to GeForce Now and enjoy your PC games from anywhere, across PC, Android, and Nvidia's Shield TV.

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