CD Projekt Red made two Cyberpunk 2077 announcements this morning, including news that the game is ready to pre-load.
The first announcement came via Twitter. Cyberpunk 2077 is now available to pre-load through GOG. The highly-anticipated game is set to launch on December 10 across PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.
Preloading allows gamers to download the bulk of a game before release day. You still can’t play the game until launch, but it at least means that you won’t have to wait for hours once it finally does come out.
Geforce Now support was also confirmed today. However, you’ll need the GOG version of the game to use the streaming service. Also, at launch, Geforce Now will only support English. Other languages are promised “shortly after” launch.
Here’s more on what you can expect:
We’re happy to announce that GOG starts cooperation with GeForce Now, NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service. It means gamers will be able to launch the GOG.COM version of Cyberpunk 2077 through GeForce Now from day one (December 10th) of its premiere.
Players around the world, who own the game on GOG.COM, will be able to play the game via the cloud gaming service, exploring the streets of Night City on nearly any device including low-powered or incompatible Windows and Mac laptops, Chromebooks and more. On top of that, GeForce Now Founders members will experience the game with RTX ON, delivering beautifully ray-traced graphics from Night City.