Skull and Bones promises a ship-centric pirating adventure that, much like other live service games, will grow post-launch thanks to a steady stream of free content drops. But this won't mean much if your PC isn't quite up to snuff, which is why you may want to know whether or not Nvidia GeForce Now support might be planned.
Skull and Bones GeForce Now support would take the effort of ensuring the game runs away from your hardware, placing it on Nvidia's digital PCs instead. The cloud gaming service has grown quite a bit since its debut, offering a sizeable list of supported titles that gets expanded every week.
Skull and Bones Nvidia GeForce Now Support
Unfortunately, Skull and Bones re-reveal from July 2022 didn't shed much light on whether or not Nvidia GeForce Now support was planned for launch. This could mean that we will have to rely on our PCs to run the game at least initially.
- Skull and Bones Nvidia GeForce Now support status: Unknown, possibly not available at launch
However, as mentioned above, Nvidia adds new games to its cloud gaming service each week, so even if the title won't be on there at launch, there's still a chance that it might get added further down the line.
We'll have to wait for official confirmation, but you can keep track of the games you can play through GeForce Now by visiting the article linked in the second paragraph.
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