Nvidia has announced that Baldur’s Gate 3 is now available on GeForce Now, and will be adding several popular Bethesda titles for the first time this month.
A recent blog post explains that PC players with access to GeForce Now will be able to play Larian Studios’ newly released role-playing game if they have an Ultimate membership ($20 a month). Members have previously been able to access the early access version of Baldur’s Gate 3, but with the official PC launch, the full game is now available and streamable through the service.
Additionally, games from Bethesda’s best-known franchises will be joining the cloud this month, including DOOM, Quake, and Wolfenstein. Nvidia didn’t reveal which titles specifically will be coming to the streaming service, but it did share a Wolfenstein: The New Order image in its blog post, so at least one game is confirmed right now.
Players can stream the upcoming games with either an Ultimate or Priority membership, with Nvidia noting that Priority members have faster access to GeForce RTX servers in the cloud over free members, while Ultimate members can play in 4K and ultrawide resolution.
Nvidia went on to share another 41 titles that will be joining GeForce Now this month, with 10 coming this week such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge and F1 Manager 2023. The full list of games can be found on the blog post.