GeForce NOW ends the month of March with six new games

GeForce NOW Palia

GeForce NOW is back with another round of new games coming to the service, including the cozy, casual crafting and farming sim Palia. In total, there are six new games dropping onto GeForce NOW for this week. Ending the games being added to the service for March. But as March ends in just a few days, that means next week Thursday is the beginning of a brand new month for GeForce NOW and a ton more games.

Today’s newly added games are mostly new releases from this week. With the exception of Tchia, which came out last week on March 21. Tchia is a charming open-world adventure and sandbox game about a little girl who sets out to save her father from an evil tyrant. It’s quite fun and a perfect game for younger crowds. In addition to the two games mentioned above, NVIDIA is also adding Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles, Millennia, Outpost: Infinity Siege, and SOUTH PARK: SNOW DAY! as available streaming titles. All four of these were released on Steam on March 26, while Palia was released on March 25.

Palia on GeForce NOW is a cozy gamer’s dream

If you didn’t get a chance to check out Palia during its early access periods, now is a great time to dive in. Being that it’s available on GeForce NOW today, you can easily take it with you to play it anywhere. As long as you have an internet connection of course.

Plus, it’s also playable on Steam Deck. So if you have one and would rather play the game natively from time to time, that is possible. Many have likened Palia to the gameplay of Stardew Valley, another farming sim. While I wouldn’t say it’s entirely the same, there are some noticeable similarities. And the gameplay is casual. Which is what’s important if you’re looking for something that’s easy-going and not too involved. Meaning you could easily pick it up and put it down when needed.

Palia is a free-to-play game too. So there’s no monetary investment if you end up not liking it or you simply don’t play it as much. If none of this week’s games strike your fancy, there are tons of other games to sink your teeth into. Like Diablo IV, which just recently received a ray tracing update this week, and it’s playable on GeForce NOW.

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