Nvidia has simply introduced a brand new video games writer for its GeForce Now cloud streaming service: Bandai Namco, or extra particularly Bandai Namco Europe. That is in all probability why the primary load of video games to make it onto the streaming service seem to all be from European builders. Corresponding to Little Nightmares, Little Nightmares II, 11-11 Reminiscences Retold, and Get Even.

Little Nightmares II may even assist RTX visuals, however provided that you are signed as much as Final and Precedence GeForce Now tiers.

That is one other good haul for the game streaming service, which has been step by step profitable again favour with main publishers after just a few dismissed it early on. Although, I did get excited on the prospect of Elden Ring beamed to my many units from the cloud solely to understand shortly after that it isn’t really coming. Darn. Elden Ring would’ve been an important get for GeForce Now on the game’s launch, however even right this moment I might be fairly eager to play it on my Samsung TV.

Talking of TVs, there’s excellent news for LG 2023 TV homeowners within the combine right this moment, as GeForce Now will beam 4K on to your display screen with out the necessity for an exterior gadget just like the Nvidia Protect.

Hopefully Bandai Namco softening its stance in Europe will result in the Japanese writer bringing extra of its library to the streaming service. There’s undoubtedly extra to come back, in any case, as Nvidia notes “Little Nightmares and Little Nightmares II, Get Even and 11-11 Reminiscences Retold are the primary of many Bandai Namco titles arriving to the cloud this week.”

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However, for now, it appears like Elden Ring assist should wait, so it is again to the Steam Deck to play that individual game on-the-go.