NVIDIA GeForce Now adds support for 17 more games including Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition

Divinity Original Sin Enhanced Edition Key Art
Divinity Original Sin Enhanced Edition Key Art (Image credit: Larian Studios)

What you need to know

  • NVIDIA GeForce Now has added support for another batch of games.
  • There are 17 titles, including Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition.
  • There's also a couple of games being added day-and-date with their release on Steam.

In a press release, NVIDIA shared that 17 more games are getting support for GeForce Now later today. This includes Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition, as well as a couple of games like launching directly into the streaming platform. Here's the full list of games being added:

  • Hunting Simulator 2
  • Observation
  • The Wonderful 101: Remastered
  • Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs
  • Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition
  • Driftland: The Magic Revival
  • Furi
  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action
  • Kingdom: Classic
  • Lords Of The Fallen
  • Might & Magic Heroes VII – Trial by Fire
  • Occupy White Walls
  • Syberia 3
  • Wargame: Airland Battle
  • X Rebirth

NVIDIA has been steadily adding new games to the service, with Snowrunner and Streets of Rage 4 recently added. Major publishers remain divided though, with 2K Games, Activision Blizzard and Xbox Game Studios all pulling their titles, while Ubisoft and Bandai Namco remain supportive to the platform.

GeForce Now: Everything you need to know

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