Skyforge Launches On Nvidia's GeForce Now Streaming Platform
My.Games' free-to-play sci-fi MMO Skyforge is now available to even more players than ever, thanks to Nvidia's cloud-based streaming service GeForce Now. The game is available on the service as of today, meaning that players can play the game direct from the cloud service using just about any hardware platform. This includes laptops, desktops, Macs, Android devices, and SHIELD TV.
While this means that players can play the game from anywhere, the better news for some players is that if their device doesn't quite meet the mark specs-wise, they should still be able to play as the heavy lifting will be done on the cloud end of things. Well, that and the fact that Skyforge is only available for download on PlayStation 4 and Windows. So, this opens things up for players on other platforms.
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