GeForce Now: Biggest Blizzard Hit Games Coming Soon?!

The Blizzard games will join Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, which arrived on the service at the end of November.



Blizzard blockbusters Diablo IV and Overwatch will soon be streamed through Nvidia’s cloud-based gaming service, GeForce Now, the company confirmed at its CES 2024 keynote.

The announcement comes as no surprise, as it’s part of a deal Nvidia and Activision Blizzard’s parent company, Microsoft, struck last year to bring Xbox first-party games to GeForce Now.

Diablo IV and Overwatch 2 are the second and third Activision Blizzard games to come to GeForce Now. The first, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, was added to the service last November.

Overwatch 2 was released in early access in October 2022. And the full release is a year later. It is the sequel to 2016’s Overwatch, both team-based hero shooter titles. Overwatch 2 reviews tend to point out that the game’s switch to a 5v5 format breathes new life into the once-cool shooter. He just hasn’t regained that glory, at least not yet.

Diablo IV was released last July. Very quickly, it became a mega success for Blizzard. Even though there has been some controversy regarding updates and monetization.

That said, Blizzard continues to update Diablo IV regularly, and the first post-release expansion, Vessel of Hatred, is scheduled for release later this year.

Reviews of Diablo IV are generally satisfied with the game. According to the majority, Diablo 4 is an impressive sequel. With near-perfect endgame and progression design that makes it “absolutely excruciating to put down.”

Nvidia did not share a release date for when both games will be available on the service. All we know is that both will be added to GeForce Now “soon”.

In addition to the new games, Nvidia also made other announcements regarding its cloud gaming service. Among other things, it confirmed that Ultimate membership level subscribers will soon be able to use cloud-based G-Synch technology to synchronize the refresh rate of G-Sync compatible monitors. Also, all GeForce Now members with an Android smartphone will soon be able to stream games from the service in 1440p resolution.

Source: Nvidia

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