Enjoy the finer things in life. May is looking pixel perfect for GeForce NOW gamers.
There’s also a list of 10 titles ready to play today, led by Star Wars Battlefront II, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Star Wars: Squadrons — all part of the 27 total games joining the GeForce NOW library in May.
Play in 4K Today
GeForce NOW is always upgrading. As of today, RTX 3080 members playing from the PC and Mac native apps can stream at 4K resolution at 60 frames per second.
4K streaming gets a boost by NVIDIA DLSS, groundbreaking AI rendering technology that increases graphics performance using dedicated Tensor Core AI processors on RTX GPUs. DLSS taps into the power of a deep learning neural network to boost frame rates and generate beautiful, sharp images for games.
RTX 3080 members enjoy the benefits of ultra-low latency that rivals native console gaming. They can also enable customized in-game graphics settings like RTX ON, taking games to a cinematic level, and experience the maximized eight-hour play sessions.
On top of this, GeForce NOW is leveling up mobile gamers with support for more 120Hz devices capable of streaming at 120 FPS with RTX 3080 memberships. Newly supported devices include the Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold3 and Flip3, and OnePlus 9 Pro.
Fan-Favorite Star Wars Games, Now in 4K
This week delivers three new games from Electronic Arts, and the far reaches of the galaxy, to the cloud — all streaming at up to 4K quality with a GeForce NOW RTX 3080 membership.
Be the hero in Star Wars Battlefront II (Steam and Origin, Rated T for Teen by the ESRB). Experience rich multiplayer battlegrounds of all three eras — prequel, classic and new trilogy — or rise as a new hero and discover a gripping single-player story spanning 30 years.
A galaxy-spanning adventure awaits in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (Steam and Origin, Rated T for Teen by the ESRB). Rebuild the Jedi Order by developing powerful Force abilities and mastering the art of the lightsaber — all while staying one step ahead of the Empire in this third-person action-adventure title.
Speed through the stars and master the art of starfighter combat in Star Wars: Squadrons (Steam and Origin, Rated T for Teen by the ESRB). Buckle up and feel the adrenaline of first-person, multiplayer space dogfights alongside your squadron in this authentic piloting experience.
Mayday, Mayday – May Games Inbound
We’re kicking the month off with May’s new gaming arrivals.
Members can also dive into 27 total games coming in May, with 10 titles leading the pack this week.
The following are ready to stream today:
Plus, it’s evil. It’s dead. Evil Dead: The Game (Epic Games Store) is coming to GeForce NOW this month.
Step into the shoes of Ash Williams or his friends from the iconic Evil Dead franchise in a game loaded with co-op and PVP multiplayer action. Survive as a team of four and brandish your short barrel shotgun, chainsaw, cleavers and more against the armies of darkness. Or take control of the Kandarian Demon and seek to swallow their souls — all at up to 1440p and 120 FPS or 4K at 60 FPS on PC and Mac, and up to 4K on SHIELD TV with an RTX 3080 membership.
Coming in May:
- Brigandine The Legend of Runersia (New release on Steam, May 11)
- Neptunia x SENRAN KAGURA: Ninja Wars (New release on Steam, May 11)
- Cepheus Protocol Anthology (New release on Steam, May 13)
- Evil Dead: The Game (New release on Epic Games Store, May 13)
- Old World (New release on Steam, May 19)
- Vampire: The Masquerade Swansong (New release on Epic Games Store, May 19)
- Crossfire: Legion (New release on Steam, May 24)
- Out There: Oceans of Time (New release on Steam, May 26)
- My Time at Sandrock (New release on Steam, May 26)
- Turbo Sloths (New release on Steam, May 27)
- Pogostuck: Rage With Your Friends (Steam)
- Raji: An Ancient Epic (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Star Conflict (Steam)
- THE KING OF FIGHTERS XV (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- The Planet Crafter (Steam)
- The Political Machine 2020 (Steam)
- Yet Another Zombie Defense HD (Steam)
A Lotta Extra From April
On top of the titles announced in April, an extra 22 ended up coming to the cloud. Check out the additional games that were added last month:
The game Cities in Motion 2 (Steam) was also announced in April, but didn’t quite make it.
Finally, we’ve got a question for you. With all of these new games, we’re pretty sure we know the answer to this one. Let us know on Twitter or in the comments below.
If you had to pick, would you rather watch a movie or play a game in 4K? 📺🎮
— 🌩️ NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) May 4, 2022