Resident Evil 4 Remake launching with GeForce Now would allow subscribers to harness Nvidia's cloud gaming technology and play through the survival game without having to worry about they hardware, provided they have a sturdy enough internet connection.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Nvidia GeForce Now
Unfortunately, Resident Evil 4 Remake GeForce Now support doesn't seem to be planned for launch. Capcom hasn't brought up the cloud gaming service in its pre-release marketing efforts, and Nvidia's own monthly blog covering upcoming March releases hasn't mentioned the survival horror game.
- Resident Evil 4 Remake Nvidia GeForce Now support: Not available at launch
This, of course, means that we'll have to rely on our own hardware to aid Leon Kennedy as he mows down many Ganados and attempt to save Ashley Graham from the malevolent cult.
Although this is undoubtedly disappointing news, it is worth keeping in mind that the cloud gaming service gets new games every week. If RE4 Remake didn't joins its library this month, we may see it arriving at some point further down the line.
We will have to wait for official confirmation from Capcom or Nvidia before we can say for sure that this will actually happen, but we'll keep an eye out and update this article as soon as we learn anything new.
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