GeForce Now has been getting weekly library updates since its launch out of beta and this week is no exception. This time around, we have a small number of games joining the library, but each one is a pretty big hitter, including two RTX-supported games in Watch Dogs Legion and Ghostrunner.
Watch Dogs Legion is launching today and supports both DLSS and ray-traced reflections, features that are accessible to anyone with a GeForce Now Founder's subscription, which grants access to higher-tier RTX GPU-equipped servers. Ghostrunner is also another big one, with full ray-traced lighting making all of the levels pop.
Here is the full list of games coming to GeForce Now today:
- Watch Dogs: Legion (day-and-date release on Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Connect— Oct. 29)
- Blair Witch (New Epic Games Store free game)
- Xuan-Yuan Sword VIII (new release on Steam)
- Ghostrunner (new release on Steam)
All of these games should appear within the GeForce Now app by the end of today, streamable across PC, Mac, Android and Chromebook.
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