NVIDIA is on a roll when it comes to game franchises arriving on their GeForce Now service, with Tomb Raider launching on GeForce Now... and even better, it's completely free.
NVIDIA adds that this is "the first of many Square Enix titles coming to SHIELD", teasing that "Sleeping Dogs, Lara Croft Guardian of the Light, Quantum Conundrum, Murdered Soul Suspect, and more that will be released soon on SHIELD for GeForce NOW members. Keep an eye out for SHIELD Tuesday updates!"
Right now, GeForce Now features over 80 games that you can play right now on Shield, with more major publishers stepping on board. Janet Swallow, Vice President of Licensing Worldwide for Eidos Label at Square Enix explains: "Square Enix is delighted to join the NVIDIA SHIELD platform and enable instant access for gamers to stream our award-winning franchises like Tomb Raider with GeForce NOW".
Better yet, right now GeForce Now is free for three months - with the game streaming service costing $7.99 per month after.
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