Make gaming a priority this GFN Thursday — time’s running out to upgrade to a GeForce NOW Priority six-month membership at 40% off the normal price. Find out how new Priority members are using the cloud to get their game on.
Plus, the week brings updates for some of the hottest games in the GeForce NOW library, and four more titles join the list.
GeForce NOW RTX 4080 SuperPODs are now live for Ultimate members in Atlanta, where the gamers game. Follow along with the server rollout, and upgrade today for the Ultimate cloud gaming experience.
Through Sunday, May 21, save 40% on a six-month Priority membership for $29.99, normally $49.99.
Priority memberships are perfect for those looking to try GeForce NOW or lock in a lower price for a half-year. Priority members get higher access to GeForce gaming servers, meaning less wait times than free members.
Members who claimed this offer in its first week alone played over 1,000 different titles in the GeForce NOW library, for 30,000+ streamed hours. That means these Priority members skipped the line by more than 500 hours.
They also played the best of PC gaming across multiple devices — PCs, Macs, mobile devices and smart TVs, plus new categories of devices made possible by the cloud, like gaming Chromebooks and cloud gaming handheld devices. And they experienced the cinematic quality of RTX ON in supported titles.
With more than 1,600 titles in the GeForce NOW library, there’s something for everyone to play. Jump into squad-based action in Fortnite or Destiny 2, bring home the victory League of Legends or Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and explore in open-world role-playing games like Genshin Impact and Cyberpunk 2077. With GeForce NOW Priority, members can get straight into the action.
But don’t wait: This offer ends on Sunday, May 21, so make it a priority to upgrade today.
GFN Thursday means more games for more gamers. This week brings new additions to the GeForce NOW library, and new updates for the hottest games.
Apex Legends: Arsenal, the latest season in EA and Respawn Entertainment’s battle royale FPS, is available this week for GeForce NOW members. Meet the newest playable Legend, Ballistic, who’s come out of retirement to teach the young pups some respect. Battle through an updated World’s Edge map, hone your skills in the newly updated Firing Range and progress through the new Weapon Mastery system.
In addition, Occupy Mars, the latest open-world sandbox game from Pyramid Games, joins the GeForce NOW library this week. Explore and colonize Mars, building a home base and discovering new regions. Grow crops, conduct mining operations and survive on an unforgiving planet. As all sci-fi films that take place on Mars have shown, things don’t always go as planned. Players must learn to cope and survive on the red planet.
For more action, take a look at what’s joining the GeForce NOW library this week:
- Voidtrain (New release on Steam, May 9)
- Occupy Mars: The Game (New release on Steam, May 10)
- Far Cry 6 (New Release Steam, May 11)
- TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3 (New release on Steam, May 11)
Priority and Ultimate members can now enable real-time ray tracing in Fortnite. The island’s never looked so good.
What are you playing this weekend? We’ve got a little challenge for you this week. Let us know your response on Twitter or in the comments below.
Replace a word in a video game title with “cloud.”
We’ll go first: Cloud of Legends
— NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) May 10, 2023
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