The Invincible Is Now Playable On Nvidia GeForce Now

Linking your Steam account should get the job done.

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  • The Invincible is a brand-new mystery thriller based on a Polish science fiction novel.
  • The game was released some days ago on multiple platforms. 
  • Nvidia GeForce Now is also one of the platforms that you can play the game on. 

Yesterday when The Invincible received its first hotfix after release, the subsequent blog post that Starward Industries published on Steam mentioned an interesting tidbit right at its very bottom. The gist of it is that the game has been made available to play on Nvidia’s cloud streaming platform GeForce Now, which comprises multiple tiers of membership but starts with a free membership as well. 

The Invincible Being One of the Supported Games on GeForce Now
The Invincible Being One of the Supported Games on GeForce Now

At the moment, therefore, you’ve now got four different platforms to enjoy the title on, with GeForce Now serving as the most straightforward and hassle-free if you don’t have a dedicated console or a workable PC. However, there are a couple of pointers to be wary of here before you dive into this video game adaptation of Stanisław Lem’s science fiction novel. 

First off, you need to own the game on Steam to be able to play it on GeForce Now. The cloud streaming platform in question offers a quick and easy way to link your relevant account in a couple of steps, thereby unlocking your entire catalog of the titles that you’ve redeemed for seamless cloud access. About that, if you’re after a more premium experience with GeForce Now, best look into its membership plans. 

GeForce Now Various Membership Tiers
GeForce Now Various Membership Tiers

The various subscription tiers are pretty self-explanatory with the way Nvidia has laid them out, but the gist of it is that if you just want to get a taste of cloud gaming without having to subscribe, the free tier should do. That said, do bear in mind that the latter will be fairly restricted in terms of session length, graphical quality, and queue times. The good stuff therefore starts from the “Priority” and “Ultimate” tiers. 

In other news, the latest word on The Invincible is that the game has launched to splendid reviews following its release almost a week ago. At the moment, Starward Industries is occupied with bringing support for ultrawide screen resolutions for players across the board, not to mention the other efforts it continues to be making toward the game’s performance and stability.

The Invincible was launched on November 6 for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. eXputer held an interview with the developer studio’s CEO, going over the game’s time in the making, and some of the things we had on our mind prior to its release. It’s been said that the sci-fi mystery thriller has 10 endings, with each of them being pessimistic in tone. Read on for more insights. 

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