April 06

"Gaming on the Go: GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA Gives Members More Ways to Play"

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This This Week on GFN explores the many ways GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA members can play their favorite PC games across the devices they know and love.

Plus, eight new games join the GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA library this week.

More Ways to Play

1.png GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA makes gaming on the go good to go.

GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA is the ultimate platform for gamers who want to play across more devices than their PC. Thanks to the power of the cloud, game progress can be paused and picked up across any device, whether crashing on the couch with a cell phone or traveling with a tablet.

Stream GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA on mobile without a controller using enhanced mobile touch controls enabled for games like Genshin Impact, the popular free-to-play, open-world, action role-playing game from HoYoverse. Members get access to updates as they release, including the upcoming version 3.6, “A Parade of Providence.” It’s available to stream next week, and brings a new event and characters sure to delight Genshin Impact fans.

Or stream on the go with GeForce NOW-recommended gamepads — including the Backbone One and the Razer Kishi — which work with Android and iOS devices to further enhance the cloud gaming mobile experience with added comfort. These devices are perfect for extended gaming sessions of up to six hours for Priority members.

So whether on a tablet, TV, Mac, Chromebook or phone, GeForce NOW members are covered with high-performance cloud streaming. Level up to a Priority membership today to experience all the benefits of PC gaming on the go.

So Fresh

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As always, members can experience new games immediately from the cloud this week, without worrying about download times or system specs. Titles including Ravenswatch, Meet Your Maker, Road 96: Mile 0, TerraScape and Curse of the Sea Rats are all gamepad compatible for gaming on the go.

Plus, popular sci-fi MMORPG Tower of Fantasy brings a boatload of new content, including an all-new map and underwater request missions where players can explore everything from the upper levels of the Grand Sea Island to the deep waters of Dragon Breath Volcano.

It comes on top of the eight games available this week:

Road 96: Mile 0 (New release on Steam)

Meet Your Maker (New release on Steam)

TerraScape (New release on Steam)

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)

Teardown (Steam)

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