In a fairly quiet week for the gaming world, Nvidia GeForce Now announced it would be adding 12 new games including Sheltered 2, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, and more.

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GeForce Now adds Kena: Bridge of Spirits and more

Announced as a part of its latest batch of games, Nvidia GeForce Now is the first place you can stream Kena: Bridge of Spirits from the cloud. The game is available from the Epic Games Store. Other additions to GeForce Now this week include:

Amazon Luna is dropping a hardware bundle

Just a mere couple of weeks following the addition of Fire Tablet support, Amazon Luna is dropping a hardware bundle that sells the Fire HD tablet with the Luna Controller. The bundle is only available for a “little while longer.”

Amazon Luna also added support for Beyond Good and Evil on Ubisoft+ this week.

Xbox Game Pass gets a new piece of hardware… sort of

While it’s not technically billed as a piece of Xbox hardware, Game Pass Ultimate users will soon be able to stream games from the dual-screen Surface Duo 2. As with the original model, this new version will have some software tweaks that make it a better handheld gaming machine. You can learn more about Surface Duo 2 here.

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