June 30

"The Gaming Evolution Will Be Televised: This Week On GFN Powered By ABYA Levels Up the Living Room Experience on New Samsung TVs"

Gaming in the living room gets a major upgrade with Samsung Gaming Hub launch, six new titles this week, and 13 games coming in July.
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Turn the TV on. GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA is leveling up gaming in the living room.

The Samsung Gaming Hub launched today, delivering GeForce NOW Powered By ABYA natively on 2022 Samsung Smart TVs.

Gear up for the final game release in June with six games available to stream today, with titles from Motorsport Games joining the GeForce NOW library. And 13 additions are coming in July. The announcement arrives just in time to grab games at discounted prices during the Steam Summer Sale through Thursday, July 7.

To cap it all off, the GeForce NOW v2.0.42 update improves streaming performance with new optimizations that adjust streaming resolutions to best fit network conditions.

What’s All the Hubbub?

Today’s launch of the Samsung Gaming Hub brings the best of gaming from leading game streaming services like GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs.

The Samsung Gaming Hub is a new game-streaming discovery platform that bridges hardware and software to provide a better player experience. Gamers can instantly play the biggest games from GeForce NOW and other top gaming partners with no downloads, storage limits or console required. The best Samsung Smart TVs combine the latest game streaming technology with intelligent technology for picture quality and sound to create a console-like performance, eliminating the hassle of downloads and worries about precious storage space or latency.

Start July Off With a Bang

This Week On GFN Powered By ABYA closes out the month with six new games streaming this week, including games from Motorsport Games. It also kicks off July with the list of 13 titles on the way,

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Buckle up. Fast-paced competitive racing titles are on the way.

GeForce NOW welcomes video game publisher Motorsport Games to the cloud. From NASCAR 21: Ignition, the officially licensed video game of the world’s most popular stock-car racing series with, to the thrilling and realistic physics of KartKraft, more gamers than ever can experience racing entertainment streaming to low-powered PCs, Macs and mobile devices.

Catch the games ready to play today:

Alaloth - Champions of The Four Kingdoms (New release on Steam)

Disgaea 6 Complete (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store)

Card Shark (Steam and Epic Games Store)

KartKraft (Steam)

Hotline Miami (Steam)

NASCAR 21: Ignition (Steam)

And coming this July:

Matchpoint-Tennis Championships (New release on Steam, July 7)

Sword and Fairy Inn 2 (New release on Steam, July 8)

Loopmancer (New release on Steam, July 13)

Stones Keeper: King Aurelius (New release on Steam, July 14)

Endling - Extinction is Forever (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store, July 19)

Grimstar: Welcome to the Savage Planet (New release on Steam, July 19)

Sweet Transit (New release on Steam, July 28)

Panzer Arena: Prologue (New release on Steam, July 20)

Hell Pie (New release on Steam, July 21)

Turbo Sloths (New release on Steam, July 27)

Arma Reforger (Steam)

Dungeon Defenders: Going Rogue (Steam)

Blow Off Some Steam With a Summer Sale

Speaking of games, it’s the best time to build your collection with the Steam Summer Sale, running through Thursday, July 7.

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Speed on over to Steam. Tons of great games, like “Life is Strange: True Colors,” are on sale now.

Get PC games streaming from the GeForce NOW library during Valve’s special event to stream across low-powered PCs, Macs, and mobile devices on the cloud. Once purchased, they’re yours forever, and the cloud saves all your progress.

Race to grab titles like NASCAR 21: Ignition and KartKraft from Motorsport Games and check if any of the GeForce NOW games on your wishlist are on sale. With over 1,300 games streaming on the cloud, it’s a good chance they are.

Extra Games From June

On top of the 25 games announced in June, another seven joined over the month:

Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 (Epic Games Store)

The Cycle: Frontier (New release on Steam and Epic Games Store)

Genshin Impact (Native Launcher)

It Takes Two (Steam and Origin)

Mass Effect Legendary Edition (Steam and Origin)

Skeleton Crew (Steam)

Supraland (Epic Games Store)

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