Nvidia has made a bunch of announcements at Computex this week, but things aren't over just yet. Today, we get the next update for GeForce Now, outlining plans to add 20 more games in June, including the full Age of Empires series.
Last month, Nvidia and Xbox kicked off their new partnership, bringing titles like Deathloop, Gears 5 and others to GeForce Now. Next, Age of Empires will be heading to Nvidia's cloud service. The Definitive Editions of the original trilogy and Age of Empires 4, will all be playable across PC, Mac, ChromeOS, and any other device that supports GeForce Now.
As for what's arriving today, two games are joining the GeForce Now library – Killer Frequency and System Shock, both of which are brand new releases on Steam.
Aside from Age of Empires, 16 other games will be joining GeForce Now over the next few weeks, including Amnesia: The Bunker, Aliens: Dark Descent, Layers of Fear, Rainbow Six Extraction and Darkest Dungeon I & II.
KitGuru Says: What do you all think of this week's GeForce Now update?