Today Nvidia announced on its X (formerly Twitter) account that “Starfield” has been launched on the GeForce Now cloud gaming service.
According to Nvidia, Starfield will be able to run at up to 4K resolution and 120fps through the service.
It is noticed that Nvidia GeForce Now began supporting some Xbox Game Pass games at the end of August, and more games have been added in the past few weeks. The games were added under a February deal between Microsoft and Nvidia that will give GeForce Now access to Microsoft games for the next 10 years. If Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard is finalized, the agreement will also extend to Activision Blizzard’s games.
Currently, Premium subscribers can play at 1080p resolution at 60fps. Only Ultimate subscribers can play at 4K 120fps. These cloud hosts will use RTX4080 graphics cards. It is worth mentioning that NVIDIA GeForce Now currently does not officially provide services in China.