Posted: By Jon Peddie 10.01.21
Nvidia’s cloud-based gaming service, GeForce Now, lets you purchase a game from one of the supported game stores before playing it on GeForce Now. The service also supports over 80 of the most popular free-to-play games. You can purchase a supported game through the respective store, like Steam, then go back into the GeForce Now app to add it.
Electronic Arts have joined GeForce Now and will allow some of their most beloved franchises to be acquired by the growing global audience instantly. Operating in more than 70 countries, GeForce Now has more than doubled to over 12 million members in the past year alone.
Four games from the popular Battlefield, Mirror’s Edge, Unravel, and Dragon Age franchises are releasing on GeForce Now and beaming from the cloud to underpowered PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, Shield TV, and mobile devices—joining the popular Apex Legends on the service. Going beyond free-to-play, and into the broader collection from Electronic Arts’ massive catalog, it’s the first step in bringing more of EA’s great games to GeForce Now.
Battlefield 1 Revolution (Steam)— you can play Battlefield 1 for free now through 7/25.
Dragon Age: Inquisition (Steam)
Mirror's Edge Catalyst (Steam)
Unravel Two (Steam)
It’s the first step in an ongoing partnership and commitment to bring more of EA’s great games to GeForce Now. The teams are actively cranking away at getting the Origin version of each of these four games added to the service—completing the work for some of the games as early as Thursday.
And, since this is just the beginning, says Nvidia, GeForce Now members can look for additional Electronics Arts games to come.