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The best GeForce Now games

GeForce Now is one of the most unique game streaming services on the market. Rather than giving players a catalog of titles for their monthly fee, subscribers instead access their own library of games from third-party storefronts such as Steam and the Epic Games Store. Games can be played remotely on Android devices, MacBooks, or even underpowered laptops. It’s a unique approach to the game streaming concept, but there’s one big catch — just because you own a game doesn’t mean it’s compatible with GeForce Now.

That’s right, not every title in your massive Steam library will run on GeForce Now. The service has made huge strides over the past few years, however, with more than 1,000 titles now playable on the service. If you’re having trouble figuring out what to play using your new subscription — or if you’re just wondering whether your favorite game is compatible with the service — here’s a look at some of the best games on GeForce Now.

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Genshin Impact
Genshin Impact
81 %
T
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), Android, iOS, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
Genre Role-playing (RPG)
Developer HoYoverse
Publisher Cognosphere, HoYoverse
Release September 28, 2020
It took a few years, but Genshin Impact is finally available through GeForce Now. The game is remarkably different than it was at launch, thanks to constant updates that helped rebalance its content, added new regions to explore, characters to unlock, and stories to unravel. Fast-paced, elemental combat makes it a joy to check out everything its world has to offer — and a gorgeous art style makes each new biome feel like something unique.
Genshin Impact Announcement Trailer: The Outlander Who Caught The Wind
Lost Ark
Lost Ark
72 %
4/5
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows)
Genre Role-playing (RPG), Hack and slash/Beat 'em up, Adventure
Developer Tripod Studio
Publisher Smilegate RPG, Amazon Game Studios, GameOn, My.com
Release December 04, 2018
Lost Ark dominated the charts when it launched in February 2022, and it hasn’t slowed down since. You’ll pick from one of several classes, before diving into an MMO that plays more like an ARPG. Its not uncommon for enemies to fill your screen, only for a powerful attack to wipe them out seconds later. Once you’ve completed its winding main quest, there’s plenty of side quests to keep you busy along with a robust endgame experience that includes both PvP and PvE adventures.
Read our full Lost Ark review
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Team Fortress 2
Team Fortress 2
82 %
M
Platforms Linux, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Mac
Genre Shooter
Developer Valve Corporation
Publisher Electronic Arts, Valve Corporation
Release October 09, 2007
Team Fortress 2 is old as dirt, but its dedicated community doesn’t seem to care. Fluid gunplay, quirky graphics, and a motley cast of playable characters gives the game a personality all its own — not to mention its strange obsession with hats. Battle royales and gritty FPS titles might dominate the market, but Team Fortress 2 has managed to stick around thanks timeless map design and a ridiculously high skill ceiling for each of its classes.
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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
80 %
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Google Stadia
Genre Shooter, Tactical
Developer Ubisoft Montreal
Release December 01, 2015
Tactical, unforgiving, and best played with a few friends, Rainbow Six Siege is a game that expects a lot from its players. Two teams will face off across a variety of rounds, with no respawning allowed. This makes each match a high-stakes shootout, and its destructible environments only add to the tension. Throw in a roster of interesting characters, constant updates, and a thriving community, and Rainbow Six Siege could become your favorite FPS on GeForce Now.  
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege - Gameplay Trailer (Official)
Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley
87 %
E10
Platforms Linux, PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac, Android, iOS, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Genre Role-playing (RPG), Simulator, Indie
Developer ConcernedApe
Publisher ConcernedApe, Chucklefish Games
Release February 26, 2016
Stardew Valley turns you loose in a quaint village as you attempt to rebuild a rundown farm. Its agricultural chops are deep, with dozens of crops to grow and animals to raise making it easy to customize your property. When you’re not grinding away, you’ll be able to mingle with the locals and participate in a wide variety of seasonal festivities. Some big updates have arrived since Stardew Valley launched in 2016, so both newcomers and returning farmers have a lot of impressive content to sift through.
Stardew Valley Trailer
Cuphead
Cuphead
86 %
E10
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Genre Shooter, Platform, Adventure, Indie, Arcade
Developer Studio MDHR
Publisher Studio MDHR
Release September 29, 2017
Although it looks like a whimsical cartoon from the 1930s, Cuphead is actually a brutal, rage-inducing platformer. Each of its adorable 2D stages pits you up against a different boss, and it’ll take fast reflexes to make it out alive. Thankfully, the game remains enjoyable all the way through to the final credits due to tough-but-fair boss mechanics. Once you’ve finished the game, you can dive back in for a second run-through on an even higher difficulty setting.
Cuphead E3 2014 Trailer
Guild Wars 2
Guild Wars 2
80 %
T
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows)
Genre Role-playing (RPG)
Developer ArenaNet
Publisher NCsoft
Release August 18, 2012
It’s not the newest MMO on the block, but Guild Wars 2 is still one of the best. Aside from the usual MMO tropes (that is, PvP, PvE, tons of loot, and lots of questing), Guild Wars 2 sets itself apart from the competition with a striking, painted art style. It looks just as impressive now as it did a decade ago, and the team at ArenaNet has continued to churn out updates to keep its dedicated community coming back for more.
Guild Wars 2 - Teaser Trailer
Weird West
Weird West
3.5/5
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S
Genre Role-playing (RPG), Simulator, Adventure, Indie
Developer WolfEye Studios
Publisher Devolver Digital
Release March 31, 2022
This top-down RPG throws you into a fantastical version of the wild west filled with supernatural beasts and magical shenanigans. Combat is both tactical and fast-paced, with its isometric perspective giving you a good look at the battlefield before you decide to engage the enemies. There are plenty of ways to dispatch of the baddies, as you can wield a variety of power weapons and skills — or you can simply sneak by undetected.
Read our full Weird West review
Weird West - Reveal Trailer
Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077
78 %
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Google Stadia
Genre Role-playing (RPG)
Developer CD Projekt RED
Publisher CD Projekt RED
Release December 09, 2020
Although it ran into plenty of issues on Xbox and PlayStation, many of Cyberpunk 2077‘s technical problems are all but solved on PC. And even though it didn’t quite live up to the hype, there’s no denying the world of Night City is one worthy of your time. Aside from its sprawling metropolis, you’ll find a deep RPG with hundreds of weapons, upgrades, and unlockable content — not to mention a story that branches in multiple directions based on your actions. Cyberpunk 2077 has only improved with time, and it truly is an impressive RPG.
Read our full Cyberpunk 2077 review
New World
New World
57 %
3/5
T
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows)
Genre Role-playing (RPG), Adventure
Developer Amazon Game Studios, Orange County
Publisher Amazon Game Studios
Release September 28, 2021
Without a doubt the largest MMO launched in recent memory, New World quickly garnered millions of players within a few days of release. Offering a skill-based, action combat system and plenty of life skills to keep you busy, New World is a fresh take on the genre. The grind won’t be for everybody — and endgame still needs some work — but New World remains one of the most popular MMOs around, and it’s entirely playable through GeForce Now.
Read our full New World review
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy
81 %
3.5/5
T
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S
Genre Shooter, Role-playing (RPG), Adventure
Developer Eidos Montréal
Publisher Square Enix
Release October 26, 2021
After stumbling with Marvel’s Avengers, Square Enix redeemed itself with Guardians of the Galaxy. The title walked away with several trophies during The Game Awards 2021, and its narrative was a particular standout. You’ll follow Star-Lord and his band of misfits as they try to scam their way into wealth. Things don’t quite go as planned, and what follows is an incredible journey that few other games can offer.
Far Cry 6
Far Cry 6
74 %
4.5/5
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Google Stadia
Genre Shooter, Adventure
Developer Ubisoft Toronto
Publisher Ubisoft Entertainment
Release October 07, 2021
Ubisoft doesn’t stray too far from the formula with Far Cry 6, but it does just enough to reinvigorate the series and keep you playing for hours on end. Taking place in the fictional land of Yara, you’ll be tasked with overthrowing a dictator who refuses to cede power — although the story isn’t the main reason you’ll stick around. Instead, bombastic setpieces, a deep arsenal of weapons, and new enemies around every corner will constantly push you forward and force you to think on your feet.
Read our full Far Cry 6 review
Dying Light 2: Stay Human
Dying Light 2: Stay Human
3/5
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S
Genre Role-playing (RPG), Adventure
Developer Techland Publishing
Publisher Techland Publishing, Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd.
Release February 04, 2022
After years of waiting, Dying Light 2 is finally here — and it doesn’t disappoint. The sequel takes everything you loved about the original and cuts out all the fluff. You’ll be scrambling across rooftops, engaging in visceral melee combat, and working your way through a city overrun with enemies. It’s characters leave a bit to be desired, but fans can overlook the story in favor of its top-notch gameplay.
Destiny 2
Destiny 2
74 %
3.5/5
T
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Google Stadia
Genre Shooter, Role-playing (RPG), Tactical, Adventure
Developer Bungie
Publisher Activision
Release September 06, 2017
Expertly merging common MMO tropes with fast-paced FPS action, Destiny 2 remains one of the most popular shooters on the market. Running it with maxed-out graphics, however, requires a beefy gaming rig. With GeForce Now, players don’t have to worry — so long as they have a solid internet connection, they can run the game with the graphics turned all the way up.
Read our full Destiny 2 review
Fortnite
Fortnite
68 %
4/5
T
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac, Android, iOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S
Genre Shooter, Role-playing (RPG), Strategy
Developer Epic Games
Publisher Epic Games
Release July 25, 2017
Epic Games is a huge supporter of GeForce Now, so it should come as no surprise that its pop-culture phenomenon, Fortnite, is compatible with the service. Players who own older computers that can’t run the building-based, battle royale chaos can rest easy knowing that Fortnite will remain in the catalog for the duration of its existence.
Read our full Fortnite review
Dauntless
Dauntless
67 %
T
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S
Genre Role-playing (RPG), Adventure
Developer Phoenix Labs
Publisher Phoenix Labs, Epic Games
Release September 26, 2019
Monster Hunter: World isn’t currently available on GeForce Now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some monster-slaying fun! Dauntless — a game heavily inspired by the Monster Hunter series — offers up a streamlined version of the “hunt, craft, and repeat” gameplay loop that has hooked millions of players. It also includes crossplay, allowing you to team up with friends on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Path of Exile
Path of Exile
82 %
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Genre Role-playing (RPG), Hack and slash/Beat 'em up, Adventure, Indie
Developer Grinding Gear Games
Publisher Grinding Gear Games
Release October 23, 2013
Arguably a better Diablo game than Diablo 3, Path of Exile takes the best features from hit ARPGs and adds its own modern flair. Path of Exile has been regularly updated over its long shelf life and will soon be receiving a massive new expansion. The new campaign is so extensive that the developers are calling it Path of Exile 2. It’s expected to release sometime this year, and when it does it’ll be compatible with GeForce Now.
Warframe
Warframe
77 %
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S
Genre Shooter, Role-playing (RPG), Adventure
Developer Digital Extremes
Publisher Digital Extremes
Release March 25, 2013
This bizarre co-op shooter has been around for nearly a decade and shows no signs of slowing down. Players choose between one of the 30-plus Warframes — sort of like Classes in an MMORPG — and take part in fast-paced, sci-fi shootouts. If guns aren’t your thing, Warframe also features a wide variety of melee weapons that allow you to get up close and personal with your intergalactic foes.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
95 %
4/5
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Genre Role-playing (RPG), Adventure
Developer CD Projekt RED
Publisher WB Games, Bandai Namco Entertainment, cdp.pl, Spike ChunSoft
Release May 19, 2015
Even those with solid gaming PCs might think twice about streaming this one, as running it with maxed-out settings is sure to be a burden on their system. GeForce Now can handle the massive open world of The Witcher 3 without a hiccup, and it even allows you to play the game remotely from an underpowered laptop. If you’ve yet to experience the politically charged journey of Geralt, GeForce Now gives you an easy way to do so.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
82 %
M
Platforms Linux, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Mac
Genre Shooter, Tactical
Developer Hidden Path Entertainment, Valve Corporation
Publisher Valve Corporation
Release August 21, 2012
Valve has offered up most of its catalog to GeForce Now — including classics such as Half-Life 2 and Team Fortress 2. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is also part of that selection, and the game runs surprisingly well on Nvidia’s service. Competitive esports players might shy away from streaming such a game — that is, one that relies heavily on twitch reflexes — but the rest of us can still have a blast running around with our knives in Casual Mode.
Apex Legends
Apex Legends
78 %
T
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Genre Shooter
Developer Respawn Entertainment
Publisher Electronic Arts
Release February 04, 2019
With new content always on the horizon, Apex Legends continues to be one of the most popular battle royales. The squad-based shooter relies heavily on teamwork, and you’ll need to carefully coordinate your attacks with your fellow combatants if you hope to make it out of Kings Canyon alive. Each character comes with a unique set of abilities, making it of paramount importance to play as a team.
Rocket League
Rocket League
83 %
E
Platforms Linux, PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S
Genre Racing, Sport, Indie
Developer Psyonix
Publisher Psyonix
Release July 07, 2015
Who would have thought that combining a soccer game and a racing game could result in something so fun? Rocket League released nearly seven years ago and still manages to pull in thousands of players every day. For a game this bizarre, that’s quite the achievement. Players are tasked with driving their vehicles into a massive ball and guiding it toward the other team’s goal. It sounds weird — and it certainly is — but once you start playing, it’s difficult to put down.
League of Legends
League of Legends
76 %
T
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac
Genre MOBA
Developer Riot Games
Publisher GOA Games Services Ltd., Riot Games, Tencent Holdings Ltd
Release October 27, 2009
League of Legends is by far the most popular MOBA on the market. In fact, it boasts a player base of more than 100 million. All those fans now have a new way to play, as the title is fully compatible with GeForce Now. Developer Riot Games is staying busy with other games on its roster — such as Valorant — but that doesn’t mean League of Legends has fallen by the wayside. The title almost always has some cool event going on, with plenty more coming up throughout the rest of the year. We’re excited to see what will happen next.
Dota 2
Dota 2
80 %
Platforms Linux, PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac
Genre Strategy, MOBA
Developer Valve Corporation
Publisher Valve Corporation
Release July 09, 2013
If you’re not a League of Legends fan, no worries. Valve’s own MOBA is also available on GeForce Now. Dota 2 has become more complex than League of Legends, but also less dynamic. We’d even call it more restrictive. In typical MOBA fashion, players will march down lanes and try to destroy the enemies’ Ancient while simultaneously defending their own. It sounds like a simple task, but winning a round involves teamwork, dexterity, and hundreds of hours of practice. This is one GeForce Now title we could spend a few hours (or more) navigating.
Control
Control
84 %
3.5/5
M
Platforms PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Google Stadia
Genre Shooter, Adventure
Developer Remedy Entertainment
Publisher 505 Games
Release August 27, 2019
Control holds the title as one of the most ambitious games of 2019. In this game, you play Jesse, who has supernatural powers. Powers include telekinesis and levitation and can be used to your advantage throughout the game. Each power provides you the tools suited for a diversity of landscapes along with abilities to counter and defeat your opponents. Control is similar to Metroidvania in the ways players improve their knowledge and skillset as the game goes on. Control has received widespread acclaim from players and creators within the gaming industry for this innovative approach.
Read our full Control review

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