10 new games on GeForce Now, E3 Highlights, and updates
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10 new games on GeForce Now, E3 Highlights, and updates

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For this GFN Thursday, it looks like ten new games will be making their way to GeForce Now.  Along with announcing new games, NVIDIA once again mentioned that Humankind and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy will be coming to GeForce Now once released.

New Games on GeForce Now

Below is the list of games that are being made available on GeForce Now this week.

  • Humankind (Closed Beta on Steam and Epic Games Store)
  • Overcooked! 2 (Free on Epic Games Store until June 24)
  • Roguebook (day-and-date release on Steam, June 17)
  • Panzer Corps 2 (Epic Games Store)
  • Pathway (Steam)
  • Supraland (Steam)
  • Sword and Fairy (Steam)
  • Sword and Fairy 2 (Steam)
  • The Universim (Steam)
  • World of Warships (Epic Games Store)

New update - 2.0.31

New games are not the only thing being announced this week. The GeForce Now service was updated to version 2.0.31. This update comes with revamped streaming statistics, quality-of-service improvements, fit-and-finish changes, and native keyboard input method editor (IME) for Japanese, Korean, and traditional Chinese.

The full patch logs from NVIDIA can be found below:

Streaming Statistics

Members now have access to streaming statistics on the PC and Mac app by hitting Ctrl+G or Ctrl+N on Windows or Cmd+G or Cmd+N on macOS. The display can be customized by following Settings > Heads up display > Statistics.

Quality-of-Service Improvements

For Windows and macOS apps, QoS improvements help lower latency by up to 16ms for games supporting Adaptive Vsync, such as Rocket League, Destiny 2, Apex Legends, League of Legends, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, Rust and many more.

Fit-and-Finish Updates

When playing from a Chrome browser, the F11 key is back for games that require it. F11 won’t work in game if you have used the key to enter fullscreen mode. Just make sure to start a game by clicking “Continue to Game” after launching it from the web app. For those on macOS, F11 currently shows the desktop, so remap that macOS hotkey to use it in-game.

Don’t blink, or you’ll miss the new splash screen, which now displays a GeForce NOW logo and a cool background as the app loads. This goes along with the improvements to smooth out the game launch progress indicator as well as the marquee and app layout load.

Native Keyboard IME

In support of our international members, we’ve added the ability to select your own IME to the native Windows, macOS and Chrome browser apps. The new access to a dialog box to input text from the in-game overlay should make it easier for members to enter localized text in login or chat windows in-game.


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