God of War Now Available on NVIDIA GeForce NOW

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NVIDIA has announced that God of War is now available to stream via its cloud gaming service, GeForce NOW. Members of the premium RTX 3080 tier, which recently introduced a single-month option for $19.99/month, can play Santa Monica Studios’ action epic at up to 1440p and 120 FPS on PC, while those with SHIELD TVs can enjoy the game in 4K. A complete list of additions to GeForce NOW this week can be found below.

  • Lila’s Sky Ark (New release on Steam)
  • Lumote: The Mastermote Chronicles (New release on Steam)
  • MotoGP22 (New release on Steam)
  • Space Punks (New release on Epic Games Store)
  • Terraformers (New release on Steam)
  • Warstride Challenges (New release on Steam)
  • EQI (Steam)
  • God of War (Steam and Epic Games Store)
  • Twin Mirror (Steam and Epic Games Store)

Bruno Velazquez, God of War: Ragnarok’s animation director, promised in a tweet yesterday that the sequel would be released this year for PlayStation consoles, but it’s unclear what sort of torturous wait might be ahead for PC gamers who plan to wait for the definitive version of the game.

GFN Thursday Is Fit for the Gods: ‘God of War’ Arrives on GeForce NOW (NVIDIA)

With his vengeance against the Gods of Olympus years behind him, play as Kratos, now living as a man in the realm of Norse Gods and monsters. Mentor his son, Atreus, to survive a dark, elemental world filled with fearsome creatures and use your weapons and abilities to protect him by engaging in grand and grueling combat.

God of War’s PC port is as much a masterpiece as the original game, and RTX 3080 members can experience it the way its developers intended. Members can explore the dark, elemental world of fearsome creatures at up to 1440p and 120 FPS on PC, and up to 4K on SHIELD TV. The power of AI in NVIDIA DLSS brings every environment to life with phenomenal graphics and uncompromised image quality. Engage in visceral, physical combat with ultra-low latency that rivals even local console experiences.

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Tsing Mui
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