Cyberpunk 2077 Will Be Available on GeForce Now at Launch
The latest trailer of Nvidia's GeForce Now teases the addition of Cyberpunk 2077 to the service on November 19.
Nvidia’s streaming service will allow all Cyberpunk 2077 owners on PC to play it through the company’s streamable high-end PCs as of November 19.
GeForce Now is a streaming service from Nvidia, targeting those who love PC gaming but can’t afford a high-end PC equipped with the best hardware parts available in the market. With GeForce Now, you will be able to play your own games through the streaming computers of Nvidia, however, the service doesn’t support all the games available in the market.
Recently, Nvidia shared a new trailer for GeForce Now with a big surprise in the end. Cyberpunk 2077 will be supported by GeForce Now from the day it launches. So, if you won’t be able to run it on your own system, the only thing you need for playing it at the highest pre-set is a fast and persistent internet connection.
It’s worth noting that GeForce Now is not like Microsoft’s Project xCloud as it doesn’t offer any games for free for subscribers. Actually, you need to purchase your game through a store like Steam first to be able to play it on GeForce Now. Fortunately, GeForce Now supports most of the popular PC stores, so it’s not a problem where your games have been purchased from.
Currently, you can use GeForce Now for free with a limitation in the amount of time you can play through it per day. There’s a paid subscription plan as well, which provides more hours per day for playing without any interruptions and allows you to benefit from RTX in your games.
Cyberpunk 2077 has officially gone gold a few weeks earlier and it’s set to be launched on November 10th. The game’s initial PC system requirements revealed recently seemed to be low-spec-friendly, but a more detailed version of that is supposed to be revealed soon, including the required specs for using RTX functionality.