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Survival horror fans will want to hit up GeForce NOW this week

Survival horror games have been around for a long time and for some, there’s nothing quite like the thrill of creeping around a corner only to find yourself face-to-face with ghoulish creatures or zombies, and now you can get that feeling with GeForce NOW.

NVIDIA’s latest crop of games on the service includes a couple of really great games that you definitely want to dive into. Assuming you haven’t already played them elsewhere. Of course, you can always go back in for another playthrough, and now you can do so on more devices, even your phone.

One of those new games coming to GeForce NOW this week is Beyond Good & Evil – 20th Anniversary Edition. This is an action-adventure game from Ubisoft that was just re-released to celebrate its 20th birthday. It’s the same great game but with updated visuals and frame rates. It can be played in up to 4K if you have the TV or monitor to support that resolution and at up to 60 frames per second. What’s more, is that it includes improved audio. Additionally, the 20th Anniversary Edition adds a new speedrun mode if you want to test your skills. Plus, there are updated achievements. Basically, it’s a win-win if you liked the game during its original release.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds survival horror hit ‘Resident Evil Village’

If you’re a fan of survival horror, then you’re likely very familiar with the Resident Evil series. It’s been around for decades and has traversed the chasm-like gaps of every console generation as well as PC. This includes Resident Evil Village, the 7th mainline installment in the series. And as one would have it, this is the big game drop for GeForce NOW this week. If you didn’t get a chance to play this game before, now is your chance to dig in and see what fans have been raving about.

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Here’s the really cool news. GeForce NOW is also getting the Resident Evil Village demo. So if you’re not sure if you want to buy the game just yet, don’t. Download the demo which is available on Steam. Then give it a try and if you like it, you can buy the full game. In addition to Resident Evil Village and its demo, and Beyond Good & Evil – 20th Anniversary Edition, GeForce NOW subscribers also have access to Drug Simulator 2 this week.

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