CES 2024: GeForce Now Is About To Get Diablo 4, G-Sync, Day Passes, And More

The influx of new games include Overwatch 2, Exoprimal, and multiple others.

Story Highlights

  • Nvidia GeForce Now is a highly popular cloud gaming platform with 1800+ playable titles.
  • During CES 2024, Nvidia announced that games such as Diablo 4 are coming to GeForce Now.
  • Not just that, but other advancements, such as G-Sync have been emphasized on for the future.

If you’re a cloud gaming enthusiast, Nvidia GeForce Now must already be on your radar. Yes? Good news for you then. The platform is about to receive a swath of new games this year, starting with Blizzard’s well-known RPG Diablo 4, and then moving onto Overwatch 2, the free-to-play hero-based shooter. The information comes from Nvidia at CES 2024, a popular tech-centric event held in Las Vegas. 

The next Activision and Blizzard titles to join the cloud, Diablo IV and Overwatch 2, will be coming soon. They’ll be joined by a host of top titles, including Capcom’s Exoprimal, HoYoverse’s Honkai: Star Rail and Mainframe Industries’ Pax Dei. Available starting in February, new day passes for Ultimate and Priority memberships will offer full premium benefits one day at a time,” reads the official blog post announcing the arrival of the new titles and other features. 

It bears mentioning that it’s only after the merger of Microsoft and Activision Blizzard King that Nvidia is finally hosting Blizzard games on its cloud gaming platform. It started with Call of Duty, which is the first time any Activision title hopped onto GeForce Now, and now continues with two more major hits in the name of Diablo 4, and Overwatch 2.

And the good stuff doesn’t just stop rolling in with the arrival of these titles; Nvidia apparently has a lot more in store that gamers should be looking forward to in 2024. Here is a quick overview of the major announcements the company made at CES this year. 

G-Sync, Day Passes, Upscaled Streaming On Mobile, Operations In Japan

Nvidia is looking to bring G-Sync to GeForce Now—an AI feature that will “raise the bar even further” by significantly reducing stutter and latency during online play sessions. It’s also set to support monitors with variable refresh rates.

With Cloud G-SYNC enabled, GeForce NOW will vary the display’s refresh rates to match the streaming rate, for the smoothest gameplay experience available from the cloud,” says Nvidia.

Moving forward, GeForce Now on mobile phones is about to run a whole lot better, with the platform now supporting 1440p for compatible Android devices. Combine that with enhanced support for keyboard and mouse, along with the access to set the streaming resolution to QHD (2,560 x 1,440p) and you’ve got yourself a deadly combo that’s as portable as you want it to be. 


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And while the cloud gaming service isn’t quite trotting the globe yet, it did get added to another region lately, which is Japan, to be more precise. Finally, Nvidia has also brought a new type of way to access the Ultimate membership of GeForce Now. Called a Day Pass, the service will let you access the cloud for 24 hours before “committing to one- or six-month memberships.” 

GeForce Now Region Availability
GeForce Now Region Availability

Two types of Day Passes have been announced so far—Priority Day Pass which costs $3.99 and Ultimate Day Pass which will set you back $7.99.

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