This spook-tacular Halloween edition of GFN Thursday features a special treat: 40% off a six-month GeForce NOW Priority Membership — get it for just $29.99 for a limited time.
Several sweet new games are also joining the GeForce NOW library.
Creatures of the night can now stream vampire survival game V Rising from the cloud. The fang-tastic fun arrives just in time to get started with the game’s “Bloodfeast” Halloween event and free weekend.
It leads the pack for 12 total games streaming this week, including new releases like Victoria 3.
Elevate Your Gaming to Priority
Through Sunday, Nov. 20, upgrade to a six-month Priority Membership for just $29.99, 40% off the standard price of $49.99.
Power up devices compatible with GeForce NOW for the boost of a full gaming rig in the cloud. Get faster access to games with priority access to gaming servers. Enjoy extended play times with six-hour gaming sessions. And take supported games to the next level with beautifully ray-traced graphics with RTX ON.
This limited-time offer is valid for new users and existing ones upgrading from a free or one-month Priority Membership, as well as for those who are on an active promotion or gift card.
Check out the GeForce NOW membership page for more information on Priority benefits.
Sink Your Teeth Into ‘V Rising’
Awaken as a vampire after centuries of slumber and survive in a vast world teeming with mythical horrors and danger streaming V Rising on GeForce NOW.
Raise a castle, gather valuable resources and weapons, develop dark powers and convert humans into loyal servants in the quest to raise a vampire empire. Make allies or enemies online, or play solo in the game of blood, power and betrayal.
The game arrives just in time for members to join in on the Bloodfeast, where all creatures of the night are invited to play for free from Oct. 28-Nov. 1. V Rising players will be able to claim the free “Halloween Haunted Nights Castle DLC Pack” through Monday, Nov. 7.
Something Wicked Awesome This Way Comes
Gamers can get right into the frightful fun by checking out the horror and thriller titles included in the Halloween games row in the GeForce NOW app.
If games with a bit of a bite aren’t your thing, that’s okay. There’s something for everyone on the cloud.
Look out for the 12 total games available to stream today, including 3 new releases like Victoria 3.
- Victoria 3 (New release on Steam)
- Star Ocean: The Divine Force (New release on Steam, Oct. 27)
- Paper Cut Mansion (New release on Steam and Epic Games, Oct. 27)
- Saturnalia (New release on Epic Games, Oct. 27)
- Asterigos: Curse of the Stars (Epic Games)
- Draw Slasher (Steam)
- Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach (Steam and Epic Games)
- Guild Wars: Game of the Year (Steam)
- Labyrinthine (Steam)
- Sniper Elite 5 (Steam)
- Volcanoids (Steam)
- V Rising (Steam)
Also, try the new LEGO Bricktales demo before buying the full game on Steam.
Additionally, Guild Wars Trilogy, announced previously, will not be coming to the cloud.
Ready for the scary season? There’s only one question left. Let us know your choice on Twitter or in the comments below.
vampires or werewolves?
— NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) October 26, 2022
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