ELDEN RING GEFORCE NOW SUPPORT – WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT IT
Elden Ring, a new breed of the game from developer FromSoftware, is the first to offer a vast open-world for players to explore. It also features several graphics improvements that make the Lands Between look amazing but tax older hardware. This is why players are curious if GeForceNow support may be available at launch.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to buy new video cards due to the continuing shortage of semiconductors. This gives those who haven’t upgraded yet another reason to believe that Elden Ring Nvidia GeForce Now support might be possible.
Elden Ring GeForce now Support
There are no indications that Elden Ring will get GeForce Now support at launch. It is unlikely that the title will be available for play through the cloud gaming platform on day 1.
- Support status for Elden Ring GeForce Now: Not available at launch. May come later
Nvidia’s, which contains the titles added to the service in February, didn’t mention the game.
However, quite a few games have made it to GeForce Now shortly after release. There’s a good chance that Elden Ring will follow suit.
It’s hard to predict when this might happen, but we’ll keep our eyes open and update this article whenever we find out.
Here’s more information about FromSoftware’s latest endeavour: length, Xbox Game Pass.
The Elden Ring will be available on consoles and PCs starting February 25. It’s available at Fanatical for a discounted price of PS41.99/EUR50.39, the equivalent in your region and other major stores.