GeForce NOW to Add Alan Wake II, Phantom Liberty, Payday 3, and First Wave of Game Pass Titles

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As part of its Gamescom 2023 statements, NVIDIA exposed that Alan Wake II will be playable on its cloud streaming service GeForce NOW when it releases on October 27th.

GeForce NOW Ultimate users, who are equipped with an RTX 4080-class GPU, will also be able to enjoy it with complete assistance for the freshly announced DLSS 3.5 as well as path tracing. The same will apply to Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty when it introduces on September 26th, though that’s not really a surprise because the base video game was already supported on the cloud service.

NVIDIA also said Starbreeze’s PAYDAY 3 would be contributed to the GeForce NOW library on the first day (September 21st). PAYDAY 3 is set to support DLSS 3, too, so again, Ultimate subscribers will get to make it possible for Frame Generation to reach even higher frame rates.

That’s not the whole of the Gamescom 2023 GFN announcements, as NVIDIA also said Party Animals(due on September 20th)would be added to the cloud streaming library. Additionally, following NVIDIA’s partnership with Microsoft, the first Xbox Game Pass titles will arrive at GeForce NOW this Thursday. The initial wave consists of over ten XGP video games, such as Arkane’s Deathloop, Obsidian’s Grounded, and id’s DOOM (2016), not to point out a few major third-party games like No Man’s Sky from Hello Games and Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord from TaleWorlds Entertainment. More will be included the near future. During a current press briefing, I asked whether that would include Bethesda’s Starfield, and I was told to’ remain tuned ‘. PAYDAY 3 will also be available through Game Pass, so it’s a potential candidate. Last but not least, NVIDIA stated it has now finished the rollout of its GeForce RTX 4080 SuperPODs(7 months after it started), enhancing the availability of the GeForce NOW Ultimate tier across North America and Europe. In other NVIDIA Gamescom 2023 news, Half-Life 2 RTX is coming from a group of modders who will be utilizing RTX Remix to take Valve’s work of art to a brand-new level of

visual fidelity.

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