Deliver Us Mars promises an atmospheric sci-fi adventure that sees players exploring the Red Planet as they attempt to both save humanity from extinction and help protagonist Kathy Johanson reconnect with her father. If you've followed the series since its inception but have yet to upgrade your PC, you may be wondering if Nvidia GeForce Now support is planned for launch.
Deliver Us Mars' availability on GeForce Now would essentially mean that simply subscribing to Nvidia's cloud gaming service and rocking a sturdy internet connection will be enough to play the title without worrying about your current hardware.
Deliver Us Mars Nvidia GeForce Now
Sadly, we haven't heard anything so far that suggests Deliver Us Mars will benefit from Nvidia GeForce Now support at launch.
The cloud gaming service hasn't been mentioned in the game's pre-release marketing, so it's looking increasingly likely that we will have to rely on our own hardware's power to run the game
- Deliver Us Mars Nvidia GeForce Now support status: Unavailable at launch, may come later
That being said, it is worth keeping in mind that the cloud gaming service's library grows each week with new titles.
If we don't hear anything about it in the lead-up to launch, there's still a chance that Deliver Us Mars will make its way to Nvidia GeForce Now at some point further down the line.
When or if that happens is tough to say without an official announcement, but we'll keep our eyes peeled and update this article as soon as we learn anything new.
For more on the game, here's our preview alongside what we know about whether or not we can expect it to launch on PC Game Pass.
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