Elden Ring is a new type of beast among developer FromSoftware's games and the first one to include a sprawling open world that players can freely explore. In addition, it also sports a series of graphical improvements that make the Lands Between look stunning but may tax older hardware, which is why players are wondering if GeForce Now support might be available at launch.
The ongoing semiconductor shortage continues to make purchasing new video cards difficult, giving those of us who haven't managed to upgrade just yet another reason to hope that Elden Ring Nvidia GeForce Now support will be a thing.
Elden Ring GeForce Now Support
Unfortunately, no signs currently point towards Elden Ring getting GeForce Now support at launch. This makes it unlikely that we'll get to play the title through the cloud gaming service on day 1.
- Elden Ring GeForce Now support status: not available at launch, may come later
The game wasn't mentioned on Nvidia's list containing the titles set to come to the service during February.
That being said, quite a few games made their way to GeForce Now after release, so there's a chance that Elden Ring will do the same later down the line.
When that might happen is difficult to say, but we'll keep an eye out and update this article as soon as we learn anything new.
Elden Ring launches on PC and consoles on February 25. You can grab it from Fanatical, for the discounted price of £41.99/€50.39 or your regional equivalent, as well as other major storefronts.
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