NVIDIA Expands Catalog: Street Fighter 6 and Resident Evil Village Coming Soon to GeForce Now Along with 26 More Games

It is usual that every month NVIDIA publishes the news that will arrive to its GeForce Now catalog, as is the case of April. If you didn’t already know, this is its streaming game service that makes our lives easier by allowing us to play games on almost any device and from any city.

See all the games coming to the GeForce Now catalog in April 2024

For the month of April, NVIDIA will have 26 new titles that will be available starting on the following dates:

  • ARK: Survival Ascended (recently released on Xbox, available on PC Game Pass, April 1)
  • Thief (recently released on the Epic Games Store, get it for free April 4-11)
  • Sons of Valhalla (recent release on Steam, April 5)
  • Elder Scroll Online (Steam and Epic Games Store)
  • MEGA MAN X DiVE Offline (Steam)
  • SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Turbo Golf Racing 1.0 (Xbox, find it on PC Game Pass)

Additional games will also be available on NVIDIA’s streaming service, including the following:

  • Dead Island 2 (Launching on Steam, April 22)
  • Phantom Fury (Launching on Steam, April 23)
  • Oddsparks: An Automation Adventure (Launching on Steam, April 24)
  • Lightyear Frontier (Steam and Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Manor Lords (New release on Steam and Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Metaball (Steam)
  • 9-Bit Armies: A Bit Too Far (Steam)
  • Backpack Battles (Steam)
  • Dragon’s Dogma 2 Character Creator & Storage (Steam)
  • Evil West (Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)
  • Islands of Insight (Steam)
  • Tortuga – A Pirate’s Tale (Steam)

NVIDIA and Capcom team up to bring Street Fighter 6 and Resident Evil Village to the PC

In fact, NVIDIA announced that the GeForce Now Ultimate subscription is debuting in Japan, the most advanced model of its membership that allows you to enjoy many games via streaming up to 4K, 120 FPS and in ultra-panoramic resolutions.

That’s not all, as to celebrate the launch of the Ultimate subscription in Japan, NVIDIA and Capcom have teamed up and soon both Street Fighter 6 and Resident Evil Village will be supported titles that will be on GeForce Now.