Nvidia’s GeForce Now is this week adding Jurassic World Evolution 2 to its ever-expanding library, as Amazon Luna and xCloud also make new additions.

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GeForce Now adds Jurassic World Evolution 2 and more

Available now through Steam and the Epic Games Store, Jurassic World Evolution 2 is streaming day-and-date on GeForce Now, currently the only place to stream the game from the cloud. Alongside that title, GFN announced five other titles available for streaming as of this week.

  • Bright Memory: Infinite (new game launch on Steam)
  • Epic Chef (new game launch on Steam)
  • Jurassic World Evolution 2 (new game on launch on Steam and Epic Games Store)
  • MapleStory (Steam)
  • Severed Steel (Steam)
  • Tale of Immortal (Steam)

Nvidia also this week officially detailed which games have framerate caps.

Amazon Luna gets Epic Chef

Launched day-and-date as a part of Amazon Luna’s primary Luna+ channel, Epic Chef is available for streaming on the platform. That comes following another recent addition, Carrion.

Xbox Game Pass details a few upcoming cloud games

Microsoft took to its Xbox Wire blog this week to detail a few games on their way to the company’s consoles. Included in that list were three games coming to the cloud streaming part of Xbox Game Pass.

  • Next Space Rebels – 11/17
  • Exo One – 11/18
  • Fae Tactics – 11/18

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