Nvidia and Electronic Arts move beyond the free-to-play Battlefield 1 Revolution, Mirror's Edge Catalyst, Unravel Two and Dragon Age: Inquisition, with promises of more to come. So we don't get the freshest games in EA's roster or any of its high-profile sports games, but, hey, baby steps.with plans to bring more EA video games -- both the Steam and Origin versions -- to Nvidia's GeForce Now cloud-gaming service. Starting Thursday, the initial set of available titles is
Cloud-gaming services stream games from cloud servers to devices like phones and low-power laptops. Unlike services such as, , and possibly , where your subscription pays for both the ability to stream and a library of games to choose from, streams games that you already own -- provided Nvidia has the licensing rights to let you. You only have to pay for higher-priority access and more advanced features.
Despite GFN's large collection of supported games -- probably the largest of the crowd, and growing at what seems like a rapid pace -- you still hit big publisher-sized holes like the aforementioned EA sports titles, as well as franchises from Microsoft and Sony like. It's also missing popular indie titles. Every time I think about jumping on GeForce Now the game I want to play isn't available, with my most recent disappointment being .