Disney Dreamlight Valley is streaming from Steam and Epic Games Store on GeForce NOW starting today.
It’s one of two new games this week that members can stream with beyond-fast performance using a GeForce NOW Ultimate membership. Game as if using a PC on any device — at up to 4K resolution and 120 frames per second — even on a Mac.
GeForce NOW gives members the unique ability to play over 1,500 games with the power of a gaming PC, on nearly any device.
The new Ultimate membership taps into next-generation NVIDIA SuperPODs that stream GeForce RTX 4080-class performance. With support for 4K resolution at up to 120 fps or high-definition gaming at 240 fps on both PCs and Macs, even Mac users can say they’re PC gamers.
“For Mac users, GeForce NOW is an opportunity to finally play the most advanced games available on the computer they love, which is exciting.” — MacStories.net
Macs with the latest Apple silicon — M2 and M1 chips — run the GeForce NOW app natively, without the need to install or run Rosetta. GeForce NOW members on a Mac get the best of PC gaming, on the system they love, without ever leaving the Apple ecosystem. This results in incredible performance from popular PC-only games without downloads, updates or patches.
“Any laptop can be a gaming laptop, even a MacBook.” — Laptop Mag
MacBook Pro 16-inch laptops with 3,456×2,234 ProMotion 120Hz refresh-rate displays enable gaming in 4K high dynamic range at up to 120 fps. With NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology, these Macs can even run graphically intense games like The Witcher 3 and Warhammer 40,000: Darktide at 4K 120 fps. MacBook Pro laptops with smaller displays and MacBook Airs with 2,560×1,664 displays transform into gaming PCs, running titles like Cyberpunk 2077 in 1440p HDR at liquid-smooth frame rates.
“NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW Ultimate changes everything. Suddenly, the Mac became a brilliant gaming platform.” — Forbes
GeForce NOW opens a world of gaming possibilities on Mac desktops — like the Mac mini, Mac Studio and iMac. Connect an ultrawide monitor and take in all the HDR cinematic game play at up to 3,840×1,600 and 120 fps in PC games such as Destiny 2 and Far Cry 6. With Macs connected to a 240Hz monitor, GeForce NOW Ultimate members can stream with the lowest latency in the cloud, enabling gaming at 240 fps in Apex Legends, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and nearly a dozen other competitive titles.
And it’s not just new Macs that can join in PC gaming. Any Mac system introduced in 2009 or later is fully supported.
We’ve Got Games, Say Cheers!
Help restore Disney magic to the Valley and go on an enchanting journey in Gameloft’s Disney Dreamlight Valley — a life-sim adventure game full of quests, exploration and beloved Disney and Pixar friends.
It’s one of two new games being added this week:
- Disney Dreamlight Valley (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure (New release on Steam)
Which Disney character would make the best addition to your gaming squad?
— NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) March 15, 2023
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