Xbox fans, it’s time for you to get your dues with these new Xbox games coming to GeForce NOW. Today, NVIDIA is dropping its most recent list of newly available titles to stream. And just as we predicted last week, the company is going well beyond the 41 new games for August that it originally touted back in the beginning of the month.
In fact, last week’s available titles pushed the slate of August releases to 42. This week is no different in that there’s another large group of game titles for GeForce NOW subscribers to play, most of them coming from the Xbox library. Deathloop for example, which was announced earlier this week, is available to stream from today. You’ll also find two Wolfenstein games. Wolfenstein Youngblood and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
As for non-Xbox titles, you’re looking at four total new games. And as one would have it, they’re all new releases which just came out on Steam this week. This includes Blasphemous 2, RIDE 5, WrestleQuest, and Jumplight Odyssey.
GeForce NOW subscribers can stream tons of new Xbox games today
Deathloop and the two Wolfenstein games are definitely big Xbox titles to have at your fingertips. Anywhere you have an internet connection, using GeForce NOW’s RTX 4080 performance (if you’re on the Ultimate plan). But if those kinds of games aren’t your thing, not to worry. There’s plenty more where that came from.
Real-time strategy fans can stream Age of Empires IV, which got a surprise Xbox console and Console Game Pass launch this week. There’s also Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, and Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition if you want more real-time strategy game fun. Additional Xbox titles include Crusader Kings III, Dead Cells, DOOM 2016, Gears 5, Grounded, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, No Man’s Sky, Pentiment, Quake, Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut, Stellaris, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Trackmania, Valheim, and Warhammer 40,000: Darktide.
Worth keeping in mind is that you will need an Xbox Game Pass membership to access these. In addition to your GeForce NOW membership. But if you have all that, you’re good to go.