How to play BG3 with GeForce Now



    Baldur’s Gate 3 is primed to be one of the best RPGs out there, and I cannot wait to begin my journey. Fortunately, I am one of those who have a PC capable of running this delightful adventure, but not all are so fortunate. That said, Larian Studios has partnered with Nvidia and has brought Baldur’s Gate 3 to GeForce. This just leaves the question of how to play Baldur’s Gate 3 through GeForce Now.

    Baldur’s Gate 3, GeForce Now Explained

    To play Baldur’s Gate 3 through GeForce now, you must own the game on Steam. Doing so will allow you to stream it to unsupported devices, such as weaker laptops and PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, SHIELD TVs, Samsung/LG TVs, iPads, and Android devices. Here is how to use GeForce Now for BG3.

    • Install the GeForce Now on your preferred device.
    • Link your GeForce Now account and Steam account.
    • Launch Baldur’s Gate 3.
    • Press Alt + Z.
    • Select Broadcast.
    • Click Start.
    • Select where you wish to stream the game.

    Related: Is Baldur’s Gate 3 Cross-Platform? Crossplay and Progression, Explained

    With the PlayStation 5 version of Baldur’s Gate 3 releasing a month after the PC launch and the Xbox version having no confirmed release date, your choices are PC or GeForce Now. Streaming isn’t the perfect solution for playing Baldur’s Gate 3 off of Steam, but it is the only available one until the console version is released. Alternatively, you can remain patient and wait for the PlayStation and Xbox launch days to play.

    Other than that, you can remain patient and wait for the PlayStation and Xbox launch days to play. You can also upgrade your PC or laptop or try playing around with the Vulkan or DX11 options. Regardless of how you play, ensure you take your time and enjoy this massive RPG.

    For more information on Baldur’s Gate 3, check out How to fix Slow Download Speed for BG3 on Steam and What are Wares in Baldur’s Gate 3? on MyFullGames.



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