NVIDIA's cloud gaming service, GeForce Now, is expanding its game library with the addition of Capcom's iconic horror series, Resident Evil. The service enables gamers to stream their favorite titles on low-powered hardware, allowing for high-quality gaming experiences without the need for powerful gaming PCs or consoles.
GeForce Now has added the chilling Resident Evil 2, terrifying Resident Evil 3, and the highly anticipated Resident Evil 7: Biohazard to its roster. The inclusion of these popular games signifies NVIDIA's commitment to providing its users with a diverse selection of gaming titles. By incorporating these three Resident Evil games, GeForce Now has not only bolstered its horror game offerings but has also introduced one of gaming's most memorable villains, Mr. X, to the cloud.
Mr. X, the seemingly indestructible tyrant, has become synonymous with the Resident Evil series, and his presence in the cloud gaming realm is sure to delight and terrify gamers. As players navigate through the zombie-infested Raccoon City, Mr. X will pursue them relentlessly, making for an adrenaline-pumping gaming experience. GeForce Now's streaming capabilities ensure that players can experience the terror of Mr. X on various devices, including PCs, Macs, and Android devices.
GeForce Now operates on a subscription-based model, offering gamers two plans to choose from: Free and Founders. The Free plan allows users to access games for one-hour sessions, while the Founders plan, priced at $4.99 per month, provides priority access, extended session times, and real-time ray-tracing support for compatible games. The addition of the Resident Evil series to GeForce Now's library further enhances the value of both subscription plans.
The arrival of Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3, and Resident Evil 7: Biohazard on GeForce Now demonstrates NVIDIA's ongoing efforts to expand its cloud gaming service offerings. As players embrace the horror genre and face off against the terrifying Mr. X, they can look forward to even more thrilling gaming experiences on GeForce Now, regardless of their hardware limitations.