A Look at Some of November’s New Games on GeForce Now

With Pentanet now powering GeForce Now in Australia and New Zealand, after having to watch our friends from overseas enjoy the service for some time now, we can finally start looking at what games will be headed to the service in addition to the launch line-up of 1000ish titles. In total, 18 games are scheduled to be either updated to support or released with support for GeForce Now during the month of November 2021, these including:

Freshly Available

  • Apex Legends Season 11
  • Deep Rock Galactic DLC
  • Let’s Build a Zoo
  • Recipe for Disaster
  • Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag
  • Age of Darkness: Final Stand
  • Road Redemption

Coming Out This Month

To access these games, you need to link your respective digital distribution platform account with the GeForce Now client, which will then grant you access to your supported games.

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As of now, players have two membership options: ‘Basic’ and ‘Priority’. With GeForce NOW Powered by Pentanet’s limited-time Founders ‘Priority membership, players will be able to experience RTX-ON enabled gaming and extended play sessions with no delay. In other words, if there is somehow a queue to play GeForce Now, priority members will “always be right at the front” of it.

Basic memberships will be available for a limited time and come with no cost, allowing players to check out a limited version of the service for free to experience some of the power of real-time game streaming. Basic sessions are limited to an hour and do not support RTX features. See them as more of a ‘demo’ than an actual subscription.

For a limited time, ‘Founders Priority’ pricing is available, where users can claim a Priority membership for AU$19.99 per month on a month-to-month subscription or a discounted rate of AU$17.99 per month for a 12-month subscription. These are lifetime prices for users as long as they remain an active subscriber. You can read more about the offer HERE.

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