Cities: Skylines 2 GeForce Now support would prove ideal for those of us who have yet to secure new hardware in the past couple of years. The cloud streaming service allows us to not worry about PC specs, provided we have an active subscription and a fast internet connection.
Cities: Skylines 2 Nvidia GeForce Now Support
Thankfully, Cities: Skylines 2 GeForce Now support is confirmed for release. The cloud gaming service announced the city builder's addition to its October lineup in a blog post detailing the month's launches.
- Cities: Skylines 2 Nvidia GeForce Now support: Available at launch
This means that as long as you're an active subscriber and own the game on a supported storefront such as Steam, you can take advantage of its graphical improvements without having to worry about how strong your GPU is.
Nvidia suggests the following internet speeds for optimal gaming experience:
- 5Mbps for 720p at 60fps
- 25Mbps for 1080p at 60fps
- 35Mbps for 1080p at 240fps or 2,560 x 1,440 at 120fps
- 45Mbps for 4K at 120fps
Given the recent bump in system requirements, this is sure to be good news for at least some of us looking forward to the title.
That is what you need to know about whether or not Cities: Skylines II will be available on Nvidia GeForce Now at launch.
For more on the game, check out whether or not we can also expect to see it become part of the Game Pass library.
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