NVIDIA recently announced plans to add more than 60 PC games to the company’s GeForce NOW library this month. The latest update will feature titles such as MotoGP 21 and Hood: Outlaws & Legends.
Several games have been released over the past few weeks. 15 titles were added to the library during the week of May 13th. More games are expected to become available on GeForce NOW on May 25th.
GeForce Now is the official cloud gaming platform used by NVIDIA. The beta version of the platform was launched in 2013 followed by the official unveiling of the name which came in 2015.
NVIDIA is a multinational technology business. It designs graphics processing units (GPU) for the esports market, as well as system on a chip (SoC) units for the mobile computing market. It was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
(All information was provided by Google, Express, NVIDIA Blog, and NVIDIA)
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