The Easiest Upgrade: Play at Ultimate Quality With GeForce NOW

GFN Thursday keeps its fourth anniversary celebrations rolling by bringing Ubisoft’s Skull and Bones and Microsoft’s Halo Infinite to the cloud this week.

They’re part of five newly supported games, and thanks to the power of the cloud, members can play them at unrivaled quality across nearly any device.

The Ultimate Upgrade, Instantly

When GeForce NOW launched in 2020, members flocked to take advantage of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 Series GPU-powered servers and experience real-time ray tracing on low-powered devices. For the first time, high-performance PC gaming was available to all.

Later, members gained access to the Ultimate upgrade, as NVIDIA cloud gaming servers brought GeForce RTX 3080-class power to users across the globe.

Now, with the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPU architecture, cloud gaming has taken another leap forward, powered by the GeForce RTX 4080 SuperPOD.

Oh deer, experience “Alan Wake 2” at the highest performance from the cloud.

That means nearly anyone can experience groundbreaking PC gaming technologies like NVIDIA DLSS 3.5, with its AI-powered Frame Generation and upscaling features. Members can explore their favorite game worlds rendered with cinematic lighting and reflections thanks to RTX ON, with full ray tracing supported in titles like Cyberpunk 2077 and Alan Wake 2. Experience immersive gaming, even on old laptops or smartphones.

Enjoy the greatest PC games available at up to 4K resolution with an Ultimate membership, and explore a whole new world with support for 21:9 ultrawide resolutions.

Members also have the competitive edge in the cloud, thanks to support for NVIDIA Reflex technology. Ultimate members can take aim and make every shot count with ultra-low latency and support for up to 240 frames per second performance — a first for cloud gaming — all made possible by GeForce NOW. Upgrade today to feel the difference.

Shiver Me Timbers

Sail the seven seas in Ubisoft’s latest title.

Enter the perilous world of Skull and Bones, Ubisoft’s nautical action-packed adventure streaming now on GeForce NOW.

Sail the seas as a fearsome pirate kingpin, gaining infamy and gathering resources while building a smuggling empire. Engage in thrilling naval battles and risk it all for the biggest loot. Equip powerful weapons to outgun other ships and rain terror on enemy forts. Craft and sail up to 10 ships, each with unique perks, and become a force of destruction on the water.

Upgrade to a GeForce NOW Ultimate membership to loot and plunder at full quality, with support for ultrawide resolutions and gameplay at up to 4K resolution and 120 fps on PCs and Macs.

Infinite Action

“I need a weapon.”

Step inside the armor of humanity’s greatest hero. Halo Infinite joins GeForce NOW this week, delivering the most expansive Master Chief campaign yet and a groundbreaking, free-to-play multiplayer experience. Plus, read this article and search for Halo Infinite for more details on how to launch the game.

It’s part of five new games this week:

Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden (New release on Steam, Feb. 12)
Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor (New release on Steam, Feb. 14)
Goat Simulator 3 (New release on Steam, Feb 15)
Skull and Bones (New release on Ubisoft, Feb. 16)
Halo Infinite (Steam and Xbox, available on PC Game Pass)

What are you planning to play this weekend? Let us know on X or in the comments below.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Raise your hand if you’re in a cirrus relationship.

— NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) February 14, 2024

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