New World is now available, letting players roam freely across Aeternum to push back the Corruption that's taken hold over the land while vying for control of its many territories. As one of the month's most anticipated releases, it can be discouraging to find out that your rig can't quite run it as smoothly as you'd like, which is where Nvidia GeForce Now support could come into play.
The cloud streaming service has gained quite a bit of popularity due to how it removes the need to purchase expensive hardware yourself, giving you access to a virtual PC that can run supported games. All it requires is owning the titles you want to play, a subscription, and a good internet connection. Since two of these are also needed to run New World, having it on GeForce Now would be quite fitting.
New World Geforce Now Support
Unfortunately, New World didn't launch with Nvidia GeForce Now support, which means that you'll have to either rely on your current hardware to run the MMORPG or start considering an upgrade in the near future.
While far from ideal, this doesn't mean that New World will never make its way on GeForce Now's extensive list of games. Indeed, fresh titles join it each week and, as its library grows, we could see it welcoming Amazon Games' newest title at a later point in time.
We'll keep an eye out for an official announcement in this regard and update this article as soon as we know more. In the meantime, those of you who've made Aeternum their new home will find our guides on max level and petalcap locations helpful.
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