The Finals Is Now Available To Play On GeForce Now

Other titles added to GeForce Now's catalog include Scorn, Dishonored, and more.

Story Highlights

  • The Finals is a brand-new competitive arena-based live shooter by Embark Studios. 
  • The game, although free-to-play, is now also available to access on GeForce Now. 
  • Nvidia GeForce Now is a world-renowned cloud gaming platform with multiple subscription tiers.

Coming up as a fierce competitor to the likes of Apex Legends and Overwatch 2, Embark Studios has pushed out a thrilling new live-service shooter in the name of The Finals, following its initial announcement in 2022. The arena-based FPS is completely free to play across all the platforms it’s available on, and now, it seems that cloud gaming enthusiasts will be able to jump in on the fun just as well. 

In The Finals, take part in a deadly TV game show that pits contestants against each other as they battle for a huge reward. Fight alongside teammates in virtual arenas that can be altered, exploited and even destroyed. Manipulate the environment as a weapon itself and use it to take down other players. Drive viewers wild with thrilling combat and flair, using tricks like crashing a wrecking ball into opponents,” reads the blog post introducing the game to the platform. 

As of today, The Finals has shot its way to Nvidia GeForce Now—one of the world’s most popular cloud streaming platforms with a diversity of titles to its name, such as Alan Wake 2, Baldur’s Gate 3, and plenty of others. Make sure though that you have redeemed The Finals on Steam first before you can go ahead and fire it up on your end with GeForce Now. 

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And it’s not just Embark’s promising new multiplayer game that has become playable on GeForce Now as of late—20 other titles have joined in as well, including the horror, Lovecraftian-themed Scorn, Dishonored, Snipe Elite 5, and a breadth of others as well. Here are some of the others that will freshly get added to GeForce Now as of January: 

  • War Hospital (New Release on Steam, Jan. 11)
  • Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown (New Release on Ubisoft, Jan. 18)
  • Turnip Boy Robs a Bank (New Release on Steam and Xbox, Jan.18)
  • Stargate: Timekeepers (New Release on Steam, Jan. 23)
  • Enshrouded (New Release on Steam, Jan. 24)
  • Bang-On Balls: Chronicles (Steam)
  • Firefighting Simulator – The Squad (Steam)
  • Jected – Rivals (Steam)
  • The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails (Steam)

What Does Nvidia GeForce Now Cost? 

If you’re fairly new to the realm of cloud gaming, it’s worth knowing what GeForce Now brings to the table before you go ahead and plan your purchase. For starters, there is a membership tier of the service that’s absolutely free to use, but note that it’s riddled with many limitations in terms of playtime, server priority, and visuals. Nvidia may also not accept free registrations all the time

As for the purchasable tiers, the following overview should give you a good idea of what the pricing looks like on this front. Feel free to head over to the Join Now section of the official GeForce Now website once you’re done contemplating to become a member and, perhaps, get into The Finals. 

GeForce Now Various Membership Tiers
GeForce Now Various Membership Tiers

The Finals came out on December 7, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, launching to fantastic reviews across the spectrum. Over two weeks ago, the devs reported that the title had clocked over 10 million players shortly after release, thereby signaling the success of this newfound tournament-themed shooter. 

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