GeForce NOW subscribers get three days of priority access for E3
NVIDIA offers subscribers GeForce NOW a special gift as part of E3 2021. Three days of free priority access to its servers when connecting to stream games through GeForce NOW on any of the available platforms.
While not a major perk, it’s a little nod to anyone who could use GeForce NOW through the free tier. Who has no priority access at all apart from this bonus. Additionally, given that on Thursday NVIDIA is also releasing its latest batch of games for the service.
Last week, NVIDIA revealed that there will be a huge collection of games coming in June. In total, the month of June will see 38 new games added to GeForce NOW. 13 of them came out last week, and NVIDIA is building on that by releasing 13 more games to date.
That leaves just 12 games out of the 38 total for June. So it’s likely we’ll see smaller collections of releases next week and the week after. That’s unless NVIDIA decides to release a few more beyond its initial plan.
Get priority access to GeForce NOW for E3 2021
If you are subscribed to GeForce NOW as part of the free tier, you do not have priority access to the servers when you log in to play games. NVIDIA reserves this access to its paying subscribers.
This does not necessarily mean that players will run into issues. It all depends on whether or not there are too many people logging in. The good news is that all members of the free tier will get priority access by June 15, which is the last day of E3.
This will put them at the forefront of reserving gaming platforms alongside paying members. And, they get a few extra perks like ray tracing, DLSS support, and extended sessions of around six hours instead of one.
As for the games releasing today, the roster includes Chivalry 2, which just released on June 8 via Steam. Chivalry 2 is a large-scale medieval battle game, much like Mordhau. So if you like this type of gameplay, you will enjoy this new version.
Guilty Gear – Strive, In the midst of evil, Beyond Good and Evil, Morbid: The Seven Acolytes, Neptunia Virtual Stars, Not The Robots, Quest Hunter, Sabotaj, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Lockdown, Townsmen – A Kingdom Rebuilt and Vikings – Wolves of Midgard.