Deathloop is one of the first games that signals an increase in terms of system requirements, a natural step with the launch of a new console generation. But with how difficult upgrading our PCs can be nowadays, plenty of players are turning towards cloud streaming technology and wondering if Arkane's latest game launches with Nvidia GeForce Now support.
Deathloop's presence in Nvidia GeForce Now's library would enable interested players sporting older hardware to circumvent it and play the game regardless. The title has generated a fair share of buzz around it, so let's see where we stand at the moment.
Unfortunately, Deathloop didn't feature GeForce Now support at launch and is also not part of the list of games Nvidia revealed to be joining its cloud gaming service throughout the month of September.
While this means that your PC will need to be up to snuff if you plan on playing the game now, there's still a chance that the title will make its way to GeForce Now at some point in the future. A steady stream of games gets added and leaves each month, so we wouldn't be surprised to see Deathloop on there at a later point in time.
Deathloop's main draw – aside from the immersive sim goodness that tends to come with each of the developer's games – lies in how it tasks you with unraveling its time loop by progressively uncovering more and more evidence to help you take down Blackreef's Visionaries. You won't get all these key figures down in one run but, as you die and get sent back to the start of the day, you gradually gain more knowledge and even some power.
You can keep track of the full list of games you can play through the service now by following the link in the second article. We'll update this article with any news regarding Deathloop's arrival on GeForce Now as soon as we learn more.
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