Update: List has been revised as Activision Blizzard has requested that Nvidia remove its games from GeForce Now.

Now that Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud streaming game service is available for everyone, more and more people are looking to take the plunge. A more accessible streaming option that supports up to 1080 60FPS, and allows you to play a selection of available games that you already own as well. Currently, there are games from Steam, the Epic Game Store, Battle.net and Uplay

However, the single most question I keep see being asked over and over is what games are supported? Sure, you could head on over to GeForce Now website, type in the game of a game and pray it’s supported. Or you could let us save you the trouble and you can browse the entire list of supported and optimized games now playable.


Keep in mind that there are more games than what we’ve listed below. In fact, there are over 500 playable games via the service. However, we’ve provided the games that are fully optimized and have been tested to work without any issues.

Full Optimized Games List:

  1. 7 Days to Die
  2. ARK: Survival Evolved
  3. ATLAS
  4. Apex Legends
  5. Argo
  6. Arma 3
  7. Assassin’s Creed: IV Black Flag
  8. Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey
  9. Assassin’s Creed: Origins
  10. Assassin’s Creed: Unity
  11. Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate
  12. Batman: Arkham City – Game of the Year Edition
  13. BioShock 2 Remastered
  14. BioShock Remastered
  15. Black Desert Online
  16. Borderlands 2
  17. Borderlands 3
  18. Brawlhalla
  19. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
  20. Cities: Skylines
  21. Conan Exiles
  22. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
  24. DOOM
  25. Dauntless
  26. Dead Cells
  27. Dead by Daylight
  28. Destiny 2
  29. DiRT 4
  30. Diablo III
  31. Dishonored 2
  32. Divinity: Original Sin 2
  33. Dota 2
  34. Dying Light
  36. Euro Truck Simulator 2
  37. Fallout 76
  38. Far Cry 4
  39. Far Cry 5
  40. Far Cry New Dawn
  41. Far Cry Primal
  42. For Honor
  43. Fortnite
  44. Friday the 13th: The Game
  45. Garry’s Mod
  46. Guild Wars 2
  47. Half-Life
  48. Half-Life 2
  49. Hollow Knight
  50. Homefront: The Revolution
  51. Kerbal Space Program
  52. Killing Floor 2
  53. KurtzPel
  54. LEGO Batman: The Videogame
  55. LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
  56. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
  57. LEGO Jurassic World
  58. LEGO MARVEL’s Avengers
  59. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
  60. League of Legends
  61. Left 4 Dead 2
  62. Mad Max
  63. Magic the Gathering: Arena
  64. Metro 2033 Redux
  65. Metro Exodus
  66. Metro: Last Light Redux
  67. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
  68. Middle-earth: Shadow of War
  69. Minecraft: Java Version
  70. Mortal Kombat 11
  71. NBA 2K19
  72. Nex Machina
  73. No Man’s Sky
  74. PAYDAY 2: Ultimate Edition
  76. Paladins
  77. Path of Exile
  78. Portal 2
  79. Prey
  80. Realm Royale
  81. RiME
  82. Risen 3 – Titan Lords
  83. Rocket League
  84. Rust
  85. SCUM
  86. Sacred 3
  87. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
  88. Shadow Warrior 2
  89. Sid Meier’s Civilization V
  90. Sid Meier’s Civilization VI
  91. Space Engineers
  92. StarCraft II
  93. Stardew Valley
  94. Steam
  95. TEKKEN 7
  96. Tacoma
  97. Team Fortress 2
  98. Terraria
  99. The Crew 2
  100. The Crew 2
  101. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  102. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
  103. The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr
  104. The Surge
  105. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition
  106. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
  107. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
  108. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
  109. Tom Clancy’s The Division
  110. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
  111. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint
  112. War Thunder
  113. Warframe
  114. Watch_Dogs 2
  115. Wolfenstein: Youngblood
  116. World of Tanks
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That’s 116 fully optimized games that you can play now, on GeForce Now! Many of which I’m sure you already own or can get reasonably cheap. Keep an eye on this list as it can change at any time. Either by Nvidia adding new games, or publishers requesting Nvidia to stop providing access to their games, similarly to how Capcom and Square Enix have already done.

Still, 124 games at launch? That’s a lot more than another cloud gaming service that we’ve tested before. But we’re not naming names here.

About The Author

Keith Mitchell
Editor-in-chief and all-around good guy!

Keith Mitchell is the Founder and Editor in Chief of The Outerhaven. A grizzled IT professional during the day, but a passionate lover of video games after his 9-5 grind. Loves playing the Dark Souls series and has been gaming since he was 6 years old. Yes, I am a black gaming journalist.

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