05 Jul 2021 11:27 AM +00:00

Is Kena Bridge of Spirits Coming To GeForce Now

Ember Labs' Kena: Bridge of Spirits is one of the most anticipated titles to arrive after its announcement in the last E3. Potentially, fans are awaiting if it'll be a GeForce Now title soon. Here's what we know about this title's arrival on this cloud gaming platform.

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Confirmed GeForce Now Title

As seen on the official post from the Ember Labs Facebook page, the developers have confirmed that Kena: Bridge of Spirits will be a GeForce Now title too. Ember Labs also confirms that the GeForce Now version of Kena: Bridge of Spirits can be played on PC, Mac, SHIELD TV, and Android phones.

For now, fans who want to play this title on GeForce Now will just have to wait for the game's release on August 24.

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Epic Games Timed Exclusive

Alternatively, Kena: Bridge of Spirits will be available on PC through the Epic Games Store. Similar to all PlayStation exclusives, Kena's PC release has come through this storefront first.

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According to an official reply from Ember Labs in Twitter, Kena: Bridge of Spirits is a timed exclusive to PlayStation. We've yet to know how long will this exclusivity last. Ember Labs is still deciding where they'll release this title next after the deal is over.

GeForce Now Gameplay

As with other cloud gaming services, GeForce Now's version of Kena: Bridge of Spirits will need a steady internet connection to keep playing the game. The GeForce Now service handles the hardware processing of the game to the player and allow to play it on platforms which normally can't handle the game.

GeForce Now's service on mobile devices is possible through this game streaming system. As seen on its gameplay trailers, the stunning visuals, active platforming, and impressive bossfights of Kena: Bridge of Spirits can all be attained even if not using hardware strong enough to run this game.

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