Bethesda games will soon be available for the first time on Nvidia’s GeForce experience. According to Nvidia, this is a great side effect of their new 10-year deal with Microsoft, and many of the studio’s most popular games will soon be making their way to the cloud streaming service that allows you to stream games in 4k at 120 fps. The service is very useful for gamers who don’t want to break the bank for a top-of-the-line graphics card but still want to enjoy high-quality visuals.
What Bethesda Games Are Coming to GeForce Now?
Although the partnership has gone through without a hitch, Nvidia is still being coy about exactly which games are set to roll out first. In their blog post, they mention that games from the Doom, Quake, and Wolfenstein franchises will be released for the GeForce Now cloud gaming service this month. Which specific games they are referring to remains to be seen.
Nvidia isn’t stopping with Microsoft either, as they have another deal to potentially buy Activision Blizzard, which would expand their growing library even further. Currently, the deal they signed with Microsoft allows gamers to access the Xbox PC games from the Xbox App and Xbox Game Pass games.
GeForce Now is looking to become a go-to for gamers who don’t want to buy a new PC to play the newest games. With their Microsoft agreement, newly released games will come out on day one or as close to that as possible.
Currently, GeForce Now has less than 2000 games in its library, which puts them far behind platforms like Steam or other gaming service apps. With these deals in place, that library should expand exponentially in the near future.
For those curious about the GeForce Now experience, remember that you must own the games before playing them. You pay to play owned games on a streaming cloud service that provides graphics options far above most current PC specs. If you want to do a trial run, the basic membership is free to try, although the graphics options are more modest than their premium membership allows.