GeForce NOW users have a lot to be excited about as nine games are joining the service this week, including the turn-based strategy game Humankind, the highly anticipated creation from SEGA and Amplitude Studios. Players can also stream the new “Cheat” mode to their devices in Season 7 of Fortnite and claim a reward for use in Eternal Return.
Gamers have been waiting impatiently for the release of Humankind, and GeForce NOW users will be able to play it on virtually any PC, Mac, Chromebook, SHIELD TV or mobile devices with Android and iOS.
“GeForce NOW enables a wide audience to experience Humankind’s adventures,” said Romain de Waubert, studio director and creative director at Amplitude Studios. “The service immediately introduces players to the game world, providing everyone with the highest quality graphics.”
Season 7 of Fortnite has introduced a new addictive “Cheat” mode to the game and is now also available through GeForce NOW. The new map allows skirmishes between up to ten players playing the roles of agents and cheaters. The agents’ task is to complete as many tasks as possible in the 42 mini-games or to expose all the cheaters hiding on the team.
GeForce NOW users also have the option of receiving small prizes for use in games. This week, this is a unique skin and emote for Eternal Return. To receive them, you must agree to receive newsletters related to the service in the GeForce NOW account settings.
Full list of games available on GeForce NOW this week:
Greak: Memories of Azur (Coming August 17 on Steam)
Humankind (premiered August 17 on Steam and Epic Games Store)
RiMS Racing (premiere on August 19 on Steam and Epic Games Store)
Recompile (premiere August 19 on Steam and Epic Games Store)
Yooka-Laylee (Free until August 26 on Epic Games Store)
The Architect: Paris (Epic Games Store)
Road 96 (Steam and Epic Games Store)
Wargame: Cold War (Steam).