Eight new titles will be added to GeForce NOW this fall, including the “Portal Game with RTX” and the “Total War” series released this week.
This GFN will be bombarding GeForce NOW members with news on Thursday.
Portal with RTX functionality will join GeForce NOW for free for Portal owners in November. Learn more about this ray-traced redesign of Valve’s classic game and games like A Plague Tale: Requiem and Warhammer 40,000: Darktide coming this fall.
Also, conquer a breathtaking fantasy world and engage in massive real-time battles as you play Creative Assembly’s Total Warhammer series, one of eight new games joining the GeForce NOW library this week.
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Get ready to play three new games to the cloud in the near future.
The RTX-enabled Portal will be released in November as free downloadable content for all Portal owners and will be released on GeForce NOW. This is a ray-traced redesign of Valve’s classic game, made using a revolutionary modding tool called NVIDIA RTX Remix.
In Portal with RTX, full ray tracing transforms each scene, reflecting light and allowing each area to be influenced by new, high-resolution, physically based textures and advanced high-poly models.
Each light in the image uses light-tracking technology to cast shadows, global lighting indirect lighting makes rooms brighter and darker naturally, volumetric ray-traced lighting diffuses through fog and smoke, and shadows are pixel perfect.
Request the app on Steam now to be notified of Portal with RTX DLC as soon as it is released.
The story continues in A Plague Tale: Requiem, enhanced with ray-traced effects, out on Tuesday, October 18.
Fleeing their ravaged homeland in the critically acclaimed A Plague Tale: Innocence, brothers Amicia and Hugo travel the south of 14th-century France to new lands and vibrant cities. But when Hugo’s powers are reawakened, death and destruction return in a flood of rats. Forced to flee again, the brothers pin their hopes on a prophesied island that could hold the key to saving Hugo.
On Tuesday, November 30, Fatshark will jump thousands of years into the future to bring gamers Warhammer 40,000: Darktide with NVIDIA DLSS and advanced ray tracing effects.
Travel to the industrial city of Tertium to battle the forces of Chaos using Vermintide 2’s acclaimed melee system and a variety of deadly Warhammer 40,000 weapons. Customize your playstyle with a character creation system and venture deep into the city to end the horrors that lurk.
Join the ‘Total Warhammer’ series this week
Grab your shot with additions from SEGA’s Total War series and Creative Assembly. Total War: WARHAMMER, Total War: WARHAMMER II, and Total War: WARHAMMER III will be released this week.
Explore and expand fantasy lands in this Total War series. Combine turn-based civilization management and epic real-time strategy battles in this fantasy series streamed from legacy PCs, Macs, and more.
Command alien forces, dispatch ferocious beasts and use your powerful magic to blaze your way to victory.
Games added this week:
Blind Fate: Edo no Yami (new release on Steam)
Construction Simulator (new version on Steam)
Soulstice (new version on Steam)
Stones Keeper (new version on Steam)
Potion Permit (new release on Steam September 22)
Total War: WARHAMMER (Steam and Epic Games Store)
Total War: WARHAMMER II (Steam and Epic Games Store)
Total War: WARHAMMER III (Steam and Epic Games Store)
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