Overwatch 2's early access launch ushers in a new era for Blizzard's hero shooter, which returns looking and sounding better while relying on a free-to-play business model. If you're planning to give it a shot but are worried about your hardware not being up to snuff, you may be wondering about whether or not Nvidia GeForce Now support will be available at launch.
GeForce Now enables subscribers to play supported titles without having to worry about upgrading their rig, provided they have a fast-enough internet connection. Overwatch 2 would make a perfect fit, considering how its shift to free-to-play significantly lowers the barrier to entry, inviting in more players.
Overwatch 2 Nvidia GeForce Now
Unfortunately, Overwatch 2 GeForce Now support hasn't been brought up until now, so it looks likely that it won't be available when the game enters early access on October 4.
- Overwatch 2 Nvidia GeForce Now support status: Unknown at the moment, likely not available at launch
This can, however, change further down the line, since the cloud gaming service's list of supported titles grows with each passing week.
Whether or not Overwatch 2 Nvidia GeForce Now support will be added at a later date remains to be seen, but we'll be on the lookout and update this article as soon as there's anything new to report.
In the meantime, you can learn more about the game by reading our articles covering when Season 1 kicks off, whether or not crossplay is planned, and the likelihood of the shooter coming to Xbox Game Pass.
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