The GeForce Now service is getting a new update with the arrival of eight new games, but also the famous messaging platform Discord.
Nvidia’s GeForce Now service continues to make its merry way, and integrates more and more different games and services. Version 2.0.38 which lands on PC and Mac is no exception; in addition to the new titles integrated into the platform, players will be pleased to note that GFN will now be compatible with the essential Discord.
To benefit from this ubiquitous messaging on the Internet via GeForce Now, you have two options. The first is to directly log into your Discord account directly from your GFN account, as is already the case for Steam and Epic Games Store users. From there, you’ll have all the classic features that users are used to: voice and text chat, community rooms, and so on.
In addition to this standard login method, it will also be possible to link a GFN account to a Discord account. Subsequently, this will allow you to connect to both services at the same time by simply entering your Discord credentials. A significant detail that should remove a password from the equation and thus streamline the operation.
Note that the new version also improves support for Discord Rich Presence, which allows you to display what you are currently playing in your online status on Discord. As on other versions, this particular feature can be disabled at any time from the options.
Eight arrivals and one departure from the catalog
Finally, eight new titles are joining the GeForce NOW library this week:
- SpellMaster: The Saga (New release on Steam)
- Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation (Steam)
- Citadel: Forged With Fire (Steam)
- Galactic Civilizations III (Steam)
- Haven (Steam)
- People Playground (Steam)
- Train Valley 2 (Steam)
- Valley (Steam)
Let us also specify that Fishing: Barents Sea will leave the platform on March 1st.