GeForce NOW Celebrates Its 4th Anniversary By Adding Diablo IV & Overwatch 2 To The GFN Library!

Diablo IV

GFN Thursday!

This week is a very special GFN Thursday as GeForce NOW is officially celebrating its 4th anniversary and what a way to do so by adding both Diablo IV and Overwatch 2 to the ever-expanding GFN Library!

Both games were previously confirmed as coming to GeForce NOW during CES 2024 at the start of January and now they have arrived!

The endless battle between the High Heavens and the Burning Hells rages on as chaos threatens to consume Sanctuary. With ceaseless demons to slaughter, countless Abilities to master, nightmarish Dungeons, and Legendary loot, this vast, open world brings the promise of adventure and devastation. Survive and conquer darkness – or succumb to the shadows.

Overwatch 2 is a free-to-play, team-based action game set in the optimistic future, where every match is the ultimate 5v5 battlefield brawl. Play as a time-jumping freedom fighter, a beat-dropping battlefield DJ, or one of over 30 other unique heroes as you battle it out around the globe.

Games Are Staying!

Last week we brought you the news that 14 titles from Spike Chunsoft were set to leave GeForce NOW. Well, this week we can bring you the good news that after positive negotiations, all these titles will in fact be staying on GeForce NOW!

I think we can all agree, that the more games the better.

Talking Of Games..

This week will see 5 new titles arrive in the GFN Library, none of these games are new releases, but they are all new additions to the GFN Library:

The Rest of February

February is looking set to be a stacked month for GeForce NOW.

We have confirmation of some huge games coming to the such as Skull & Bones, The Inquisitor, Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden, Pacific Drive and The Walking Dead: The Definitive Series from TellTale.

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Lee Reid

Scottish video game enthusiast who is very passionate and a big believer in cloud gaming. Also loves to chat about video games.

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