NVIDIA recently caused a stir with the strictly limited edition of graphics cards with the branding of Cyberpunk 2077. As a result, the company has now confirmed another feature of CD Projekt RED's potential top hit.
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Following the announcement of a limited NVIDIA graphics card with a cyberpunk look, the hardware manufacturer has now confirmed another cooperation with CD Projekt RED. In the official forums, NVIDIA's community manager Cory Banks now confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will also support the recently launched game streaming service GeForce Now.
From the start, Cyberpunk 2077 should also be able to be played on the go if you have purchased the PC version on Steam. With a corresponding link to your Steam library, the sci-fi role-playing game is then also available via GeForce Now. According to Google Stadia, the title is officially supported by another game streaming service.
Even better: Founder tier members can even enjoy Cyberpunk 2077 via GeForce Now in real time, including ray tracing, as NVIDIA further confirms. This level of game streaming service brings ray tracing support only via the cloud, even without a corresponding RTX GPU, so that even players on weaker platforms with correspondingly fast internet connections can enjoy the graphical features and improvements.
GeForce Now shines through the fact that you can link Steam or other platforms like Uplay. All games that you have already purchased there and support the service can then be played automatically via GeForce Now.