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NVIDIA GeForce Now adds Starfield to its Game Library

NVIDIA GeForce Now has finally added Starfield, the highly anticipated sci-fi RPG from Bethesda Game Studios, to its cloud gaming service. Subscribers can now stream the game on GeForce Now, although details about its availability, such as whether it is a paid game or accessible through Xbox Game Pass, remain unclear.

This announcement follows NVIDIA's recent inclusion of Xbox Game Pass titles to its service, a result of a partnership between Microsoft and NVIDIA that grants access to Microsoft's game library for the next decade. Additionally, should the acquisition of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft go through, NVIDIA GeForce Now will also gain access to Activision Blizzard titles.

Coinciding with the release on GeForce Now, Bethesda Game Studios has announced a hot patch for Starfield, addressing minor issues within the game. The developer has also disclosed plans to release further updates that will not only fix bugs but also introduce support for NVIDIA's DLSS display and frame rate technology.

On another note, NVIDIA has recently launched its latest GeForce PC GPU drivers, Version 537.34. This update includes a profile update for the Microsoft Store/Xbox Game Pass version of Starfield. Additionally, the GeForce Experience app now offers one-click optimization for this game and other titles.

With the addition of Starfield to NVIDIA GeForce Now, fans can now enjoy the highly anticipated sci-fi RPG through the cloud gaming service. More updates and features are expected to be introduced in the future, ensuring an enhanced gaming experience for subscribers.

Sources:
– NVIDIA GeForce NOW Twitter account
– Bethesda Game Studios announcement