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NVIDIA: Sea of Thieves and More Join GeForce NOW Library

Alvin Lang Jun 14, 2024 03:25

Stream 'Sea of Thieves' and other new games on GeForce NOW.

NVIDIA: Sea of Thieves and More Join GeForce NOW Library

The popular adventure game 'Sea of Thieves' is now available on GeForce NOW, bringing the excitement of pirate life to the cloud gaming service. This addition is part of a broader update that includes four new titles joining the GeForce NOW library, according to the NVIDIA Blog.

Seas the Day

'Sea of Thieves,' developed by Rare and Xbox Game Studios, offers an open-world pirate adventure where players can explore vast seas, engage in ship battles, hunt for treasure, and embark on quests. The game is known for its dynamic environment, with various seasons introducing new features and rewards. The latest season introduces the mysterious Sunken City, Cursed Sloop skeleton ships, and new cosmetics.

Players can form crews to share the adventure or go solo to keep all the treasure for themselves. GeForce NOW Ultimate members can enjoy up to eight-hour gaming sessions, enhancing the experience with extended playtime and global multiplayer opportunities.

New Games Zoom Onto the Cloud

In addition to 'Sea of Thieves,' this week's update brings 'Disney Speedstorm,' a free-to-play kart-racing game featuring Disney and Pixar characters. Players can customize their racers and karts, master unique skills, and compete in multiplayer races across iconic environments like Pirates' Island from 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and Jungle Ruins from 'The Jungle Book.'

This week's new games on GeForce NOW include:

  • SunnySide (New release on Steam, June 14)
  • Disney Speedstorm (Steam and Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Sea of Thieves (Steam and Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Bodycam (Steam)

GeForce NOW members are encouraged to share their favorite cloud gaming locations on social media using the hashtag #GreetingsfromGFN. For more updates, follow @NVIDIAGFN on social platforms.

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