The list of titles available on Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service continues to grow, and the latest batch of additions comes from Square Enix.
The first release from the famous publisher/developer is the 2013 hit Tomb Raider. Other Square Enix games that will make their Shield debut include Sleeping Dogs, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, Quantum Conundrum and Murdered: Soul Suspect. Players can start streaming Tomb Raider now, and Nvidia said the other games are coming soon to the device throughout the course of the year.
Nvidia said that these aren’t the only games from Square Enix that will make their way to GeForce Now, but it didn’t mention any other specific upcoming titles. There are many notable games from Square Enix such as Just Cause 3, Rise of the Tomb Raider, the upcoming Hitman reboot, and most importantly, the Final Fantasy series.
At $7.99 per month, the company wants players to make the Shield and its streaming service the main source for gaming in the living room, and the addition of Square Enix games is all part of Nvidia’s plan to increase the inventory of GeForce Now. We’ll obviously hear more from both Nvidia and Square Enix as to when the other games will arrive on GeForce Now, but the popular Tomb Raider reboot is sure to entice some players try out the streaming service.