Anno 1800 marked a return to form for Ubisoft's popular city builder series, taking advantage of modern-day PCs when rendering its stunning industrial-era cities. This, however, comes at a hardware cost that the advent of cloud gaming services like Nvidia GeForce Now helps circumvent.
With Anno 1800's third season of post-launch content having wrapped up, the title is drawing towards it both older players looking to build modular skyscrapers as well as new blood, ready to experience all that the game has to offers. Here's what you need to know about the title and Nvidia GeForce Now.
Anno 1800's Nvidia GeForce Now extends across all three major PC storefronts it's currently available on. This essentially means that, as long as you own the game on either the Epic Games Store, Steam, or Ubisoft Connect, you'll be able to play it through the cloud gaming service as soon as you subscribe.
Anno 1800's GeForce Now support does extend to Steam, although the game cannot be currently purchased there. The title was initially intended to launch on Valve's storefront before it became an Epic Games Store exclusive.
Ubisoft honored all pre-orders and, if you count among the lucky people who got to purchase it on Steam, you should have no issues playing Anno 1800 through GeForce Now. If you've yet to try it, the base game was already excellent and the post-launch seasons bring some rather significant expansions that include new parts of the world in which you can set up settlements and the aforementioned modular skyscrapers.
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