Nvidia has some exciting news for Star Wars fans! They might be launching a free-to-play game on their cloud gaming service and it’s going to involve lightsabers – the iconic weapons used by Jedi and Sith in the Star Wars universe.
If you’re already on the GeForce Now RTX 3080 plan and enjoying the 1080p 120fps speed boost, there’s even more reason to stay thrilled. Nvidia is extending the support for 4K 60fps high-resolution to all devices on its top-tier plan. This means you can experience gaming in stunning detail and smoothness, whether you’re playing on your PC, laptop, phone, or tablet. And if you have a phone with a 120Hz display, like the Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 3, or OnePlus 9 Pro, you’re in for a treat, as you’ll get to enjoy games at a super smooth 120fps.
Speaking of games, Nvidia is adding some fantastic titles to its GeForce Now oyun lineup this week. Star Wars fans will be delighted to know that the first titles in the franchise are making their way to the platform. You can now play Star Wars Battlefront 2, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Star Wars: Squadrons on GeForce Now. And if you don’t have these games yet, you’re in luck because they are on sale until May 10th as part of StarWars.com’s May the 4th event.
Here’s the full list of new releases for this week:
- Bakery Simulator (Steam)
- Oaken (Steam)
- Frozenheim (Steam)
- Star Wars Battlefront 2 (Steam)
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (Steam)
- Star Wars: Squadrons (Steam)
- Dinosaur Fossil Hunter (Steam)
- Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters (Steam)
- Trek to Yomi (Steam)
- Crowns and Pawns: Kingdom of Deceit (Steam)
It’s an impressive lineup that caters to various gaming interests, from simulator games and strategy adventures to action-packed Star Wars battles. So, if you’re a gaming enthusiast and a Star Wars fan, Nvidia’s GeForce Now has something special in store for you.
Nvidia is making strides to attract Star Wars fans by potentially introducing a lightsaber-filled free-to-play game on its cloud gaming service. The company is also stepping up the gaming experience by extending high-resolution support to more devices, including those with 120Hz displays. With the addition of iconic Star Wars titles to the GeForce Now lineup, there’s no doubt that gamers have a lot to look forward to. Whether you enjoy bakery simulations or epic battles in a galaxy far, far away, Nvidia’s gaming offerings have something for everyone.