GeForce NOW Rains Down the Games in April

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GeForce NOW is ending March with a bang and preparing for a big April. Today, the service announced 11 new games joining the service this week:

Tower of Fantasy

April Showers of Games

April is set to bring at least another 23 games to the service!

  • Meet Your Maker (New release on Steam, April 4)
  • Road 96: Mile 0 (New release on Steam, April 4)
  • TerraScape (New release on Steam, April 5)
  • Curse of the Sea Rats (New release on Steam, April 6)
  • Ravenswatch (New release on Steam, April 6)
  • Supplice (New release on Steam, April 6)
  • DE-EXIT – Eternal Matters (New release on Steam, April 14)
  • Survival: Fountain of Youth (New release on Steam, April 19)
  • Tin Hearts (New release on Steam, April 20)
  • Dead Island 2 (New Release on Epic Games Store, April 21)
  • Afterimage (New release on Steam, April 25)
  • Roots of Pacha (New release on Steam, April 25)
  • Bramble: The Mountain King (New release on Steam, April 27)
  • 11-11 Memories Retold (Steam)
  • canVERSE (Steam)
  • Teardown (Steam)
  • Get Even (Steam)
  • Little Nightmares (Steam)
  • Little Nightmares II (Steam)
  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan (Steam)
  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope (Steam)
  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes (Steam)
  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me (Steam)
Have a Nice Death

We are particularly excited to see Little Nightmares I&II coming back to the cloud! These games, the Dark Pictures Anthology and other titles were tipped to be coming earlier from SteamDB. Dead Island 2 is another highly anticipated title (originally slated for Stadia) that will be hitting the cloud in April.

Xbox Games Still on the Way

While none of the highly anticipated Microsoft games are yet listed. GeForce NOW did give an update on progress:

Last month, we announced a partnership with Microsoft to bring Xbox Game Studios PC games to the
GeForce NOW library, including titles from Bethesda, Mojang Studios and Activision, pending closure of Microsoft’s acquisition. It’s a shared commitment to giving gamers more choice and enabling PC gamers to play their favorite games anywhere.


Since then the teams at both companies have been collaborating on delivering a best-in-class cloud
gaming experience that PC gamers have come to expect, delivering a seamless experience across any
device, whether playing locally or in the cloud.


We’re making progress, and in future GFN Thursdays we will provide an update on onboarding of
individual titles from Microsoft’s incredibly rich catalog of first party PC games. Stay tuned to our GFN
Thursday updates for the latest.

So, hopefully in the coming weeks we’ll see some of the first games drop.


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Jack Deslippe

Jack Deslippe is an HPC professional with a PhD in Physics from the University of California, Berkeley. As a hobby, he is passionate about consumer technology and Cloud Gaming in particular. He volunteers as an editor for Cloud Dosage in his spare time. See the games Jack is Playing at ExoPhase. Like his content? You can follow Jack on Threads: @jackdeslippe and Buy Jack a Beer.

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