God of War's PC launch is upon us and, as we prepare to hack and slash our way through Norse mythology with Kratos' badass axe, those of us with less potent PCs might be wondering if GeForce Now support happens to be available at release.
God of War's arrival on Nvidia GeForce Now would allow subscribers to use the company's cloud streaming technology to play the game without having to worry about their hardware potentially not being strong enough.
Unfortunately, there are no signs pointing towards God of War receiving Nvidia GeForce Now support at launch. Officially communications have focused on features such as Nvidia DLSS and Reflex which will be there to enhance the experience for PC players.
This, however, doesn't mean that God of War won't come to GeForce Now at some point in the future. The cloud streaming service updates its list of supported games every week and we might see it on there at some point over the coming weeks and months.
We'll keep an eye out and update this article as soon as we learn more on the topic. If you plan to put your hardware to the test, you can check out the system requirements linked at the top of this article to get a sense of how your PC will handle Kratos' latest adventure.
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