GeForce Now support would be a valuable addition to Diablo4, just as it has been for other titles currently available on the platform. With Nvidia's cloud gaming technology, subscribers can enjoy the game without worrying about their PC specifications, as long as they have a fast and stable internet connection.
Diablo 4 Nvidia GeForce Now
Sadly, it doesn't look like Diablo 4 will benefit from GeForce Now support at launch. The cloud gaming service hasn't been mentioned during the action-RPG's marketing campaign and there are no other signs pointing towards Blizzard's title joining its library soon.
- Diablo 4 Nvidia GeForce Now support: Not available at launch
In fact, Activision Blizzard titles are nowhere to be seen on the cloud gaming service after the publisher requested their removal years ago.
This, naturally, means that we'll have to rely on our own PCs to play Diablo 4 when it launches. Thankfully, its system requirements may end up accommodating older hardware.
While we cannot rule out the possibility of Diablo 4 becoming part of Nvidia GeForce Now's library at some point further down the line, we'll likely have to wait a fair bit before that happens.
We'll update this article should we see any official confirmation on the matter from Blizzard or Nvidia.
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