Starfield Has Joined NVIDIA GeForce NOW

Starfield geforce now!
Credit: Bethesda


Starfield geforce now!
Credit: Bethesda

If you needed more streaming options, the Starfield GeForce NOW possibility has now become a reality, after NVIDIA announced that the epic space opera by Bethesda is now part of their service.

Starfield, the brainchild of renowned game developer Bethesda Game Studios, takes players on a cosmic adventure, set in a meticulously crafted and incredibly vast science fiction universe. With stunning visuals, intriguing storyline, and immersive gameplay, Starfield promises to keep Bethesda fans engaged for hundreds of hours. The game's arrival on GeForce NOW is making it even more accessible to a wider audience.

How to play Starfield on GeForce NOW

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Starfield on the go!?

If you aren't aware, GeForce NOW is NVIDIA's cloud gaming service, allowing players to stream and play their favorite PC games on a wide range of devices, from smartphones to low-end laptops.

With the addition of Starfield to its already extensive library, GeForce NOW is further solidifying its position as a go-to platform for those seeking high-quality gaming experiences without the need for expensive hardware upgrades.

Naturally, one of the most significant advantages of streaming Starfield on GeForce NOW is the ability to play the game at high settings, even on devices that might not meet the game's system requirements.

This means that players can explore the vastness of space with breathtaking graphics and smooth gameplay, regardless of the hardware at their disposal. They can even stream the game on mobile devices.

Now the caveat is that GeForce NOW is not an online store, you'll have to link your Steam or Epic Games account to get access to your games via GeForce. So if you own Starfield on Steam you're in luck!

On top of that, GeForce NOW is a subscription service that comes with free and premium offerings. By going to their site you'll be able to see which one fits you the most. The free version lets you stream up to one hour daily on a basic rig, however, if you pay for the Ultimate version of GeForce, you'll get to stream up to eight hours using an RTX 4080 rig.

And that's all! If you're interested in more content, check out our full breakdown of everything you need to know about ships in Starfield.

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